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PRIVATELY PRINTED. 
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Facsimile of a Silhouette of Colonel John Plumbe- 
Tempest of Tong Hall, co. York, and Aught on, co. 
Lane, who died 6 April i8^g. 



NOTES. 



Pedigree of Plitmbe. 



Tempest. 

[Vol. I, p. 35.] 



Lane, formerly of Kawardley; purchased 
land in Whiston in 1646 and 1649; bur. at 
Prescot 1 March 1653. 



i,.u^P"' '^^9> a widow 1654; bought' land in 
VVhiston in 1654, and jointly with her son in 
1661. 



John Plumbe of Whis- 
ton and Prescot (eldest 
son), yeoman; bapt. at 
Daresbury 2 2 July 1638; 
marriage settlement 
dated 13 Charles 11. ; 
died at an advanced 
age, and bur. at Prescot 
28 October 1727. Will 
dated 24 June 17 13. 
He bought land in 
Whiston in 166 1 and 
1663. For an abstract 
of his win, and of the 
settlement he made of 
the Whiston Estate, see 
pages 7 and 8. 



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signature from a bond dated 
16 October 1669. 



=Elizabeth, dau. 
of William Lyme 
of Prescot, by 
Isabella his wife; 
died before her 
husband, bur. at 
Prescot 9 March 

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Thomas Plumbe (a younger son) of Kawardley. By 
bond to John, his elder brother, dated 1 6 October 1 669 
he settled his Kawardley Estate on himself and his 
issue by his then wife, the children of another wife were 
not to inherit, and in default of such issue, on Thomas, 
the son of John. He married a 2nd time Mary and 
had a son, supposed to be Richard. He and John 
the lawyer, seems to have witnessed an indenture by 
Abraham Plumbe, son of John of Whiston, with his 
father's consent, to 
be taught the — _^^_/^ 

^ Signature from a bond dated 16 Oct. 1669. 



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Witnesses to the bond of 1694. 



William Plumbe (eldest son) of Whiston ; brought=f=Anne, dau. of Thomas Lyme of Walton-on 
up for an Attorney ; went to live with his uncle Lyme Thames and Walton Leigh, Chandler (wi' 
in London, and died before his son was born. dated lo October 17 19, proved 18 of same 

month), by Grace his wife, executrix and 
residuary legatee (she was living 20 March 
1720; she had all for life, with a power of 
app" among his children) ; marr. at Knights- 
bridge Chapel, in the parish of St. Martin's, 
CO. Middlesex, 7 April 16S5. 

Signature as witness from a deed dated 1680. 




Samuel Kirk of= 
AVhitehough,co. 
Derby ; marr. at 
Cheadle, co. 
Chester, 31 Oc- 
tober 1733. 



=Anne, eldest 
dau. of Wil- 
liam Tatton 
of Withen- 
shawe, co. 
Chester, by 
Hannah his 
wife, dau. of 
Peter Wright 
of Maccles- 
field; bapt. at 
Withenshawe 
8 Feb. 170I-. 



William Plumbe (only son and heir) ; born=f=Anne Rogers, niece 



16 January 16S6; Mariner and probably a 
Trader ; died in the East Indies in Jan- 
uary 1728. 



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of Violante Rogers, 
widow, who marr. 
Thomas Plumbe of 
Madras ; marr. i 
July 1 7 13. 



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Anne (eldest Elizabeth (2nd dau. and at length heir); born 

dau.); born in 9 April 1721 ; marr. in 1740, Mathew Empson 

India 21 Jan. of Madras, and had issue two children, Frances 

i7j| ; died and Elizabeth, who were living minors in 1756. 

unmarried a She died 27 July 1747. = 

minor. T 



William Kirk 
(only son); bapt. 
at Chapel-en-le- 
Frith,co. Derby, 
3jan.i738;died 
unmarried, and 
bur. at Chapel- 
en-le-Frith 14 
Aug. 1 76 1. 



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Catherine (heir to her=i=Rev 
brother) ; bapt. at 
Chapel-en-le-Frith 29 
July 1736 ; marr. at 
Astbury, co. Chester, 
22 April 1769. She 
marr. 2ndly, Rt. Rev. 
Dr. Law, Bishop of 
Elphin. She died at 
Liverpool, aged 69, 25 
July 1805, and was 
bur. at St. James', 
Liverpool. 



William Plumbe, born 4 March, bapt. at St. 
Nicholas', Liverpool, 22 March 1744; Rector of 
Aughton, CO. Lane, for 17 years; in 1776, he bought the 
Presbyterian Chapel which used to stand in Temple 
Court, Liverpool, known as the Octagon Chapel, he 
called it St. Catherine's Church, and officiated in it with 
considerable popularity for nearly 10 years; died at 
Fareham, co. Hants, aged 42, 25 November 1786, and 
was bur. there. Portrait at Tong Hall. 



William Thomlinson of Blencogo, co. Cumberland, =j=Anne (eldest dau. and coheir); born 8 April, 
gent.; late Lieut.-Colonel i8th Regiment of In- bapt. at Aughton 15 May 1772 ; marr. at St. 
fantry; died at Havannah in November 1810, Peter's, Liverpool, 4 March 1793; died in 
leaving two daughters, Anne and Catharine. Will Jamaica, and was bur. there in August 181 o. 
dated 13 December 1806. Miniature at Tong Hall. 



Thomas Plumbe of Madras, East Indies; bapt. at Prescot, co. Lane, ii=Violante Rogers 
February 1665; a Mariner, articled 8 August 1677, and Trader in the Indies; (widow); died in 
died s.p. in India, 18 March 17 12, leav- India in January 

ing his wife surviving him. Letters of ^ ~7*~^^jr>\y^ i7Tf- 

AdiSon were granted to the widow. f .^/z* ^ ^^-T^ /^ 




John Plumbe, 
born 2 March, 
and bapt. at 
St. Nicholas', 
Liverpool, 20 
March 1728; 
died by an ac- 
cident when at 
school. 



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Sarah, married Sir Robert Hesketh of Rufford, co. Lane, born 23 April 1 729, who 
assumed the name of his maternal great-grandfather, Sir William Juxon, Bart. 
(nephew and heir of Juxon, Archbishop of Canterbury), who died at York Street, 
W'estminster, 30 December 1796. Will dated 18 September 1738, with codicil 
dated 25 September 1739. She died in 1792. Her Portrait at Tong Hall. 



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John Plumbe ofTong Hall and Aughton; Lord of the Manor of Tong and one=i=Sarah (2nd dau. 



of the Lords of the Manor of Aughton; born at Wavertree Hall 19 June, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas', Liverpool, 24 July 1773 ; Colonel ist Regiment Royal Lanes. 
Militia; apair of colours was presented to him in 1 8 i6,and another pair in 1853, 
upon each staff is a silver ring inscribed, "Presented to Colonel John Plumbe- 
Tempest by Col: Clifton and Officers of ' The Duke of Lancasters Own,' which 
Regiment he entered in 1794, and commanded for 33 years. December 1853"; 
all are at Tong Hall; Chairman of Quaiter Sessions ; J.P.and D.L.for co. Lane, 
and the West Riding of co. York ; Patron of Tong Vicarage and of Aughton 
Rectory ; by Royal Licence dated 20 May 1 804, he and his issue were authorized 
to take the surname of Tempest in ad- 
dition to and after that of Plumbe, and 
to bear the arms of Tempest quarterly 
with the arms of Plumbe ; died 6 
April, bur. in Tong Church 13 April 
1859. Portraits, Miniatures, and 
Silhouettes at Tong Hall. — ^ 

"The last stone, in Swanpool Lane, which marked the boimdarii 
of Up Litherland was buried out of sight in i8go. The very i 



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s of t lie Manor 
'ofUp Lither- 
land has almost become obsolete, but t/ie Hall or House bearing tlie name is still 
in existence, occupied by Mr. Rigby, bearing the dates and initials of L. W. M. 
1674-1686. Ln ly^i it was designated 'Mr. Stanley's house,' commonly called 
' Liddertherland.' It does not belong to Sir Robert Tempest. Part of tlie south 
wall of tlie Church is Norman work, and there is a sort of side chapel ivhich is 
called the Plumbe or Tempest Chapel. The Commons of Aughton and Up 
Litherland were enclosed in 18 13. Up to 1842, the Constable's accounts for 
Up Litherland were sig7ied by Colonel John Plumbe-Tempest, as sole Lord of the 
Manor of Up Litherland. Up Litherland was a separate Manor within the 
Parish of Aughton, and has fallen into disuse as a separate Manor." — G. C. 
Newstead, " Gleanings of Aughton." ^ 



andcoheir); born 
17 June, bapt. at 
Aughton 27 Aug. 
1773; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Liver- 
pool, 19 Jan. 
1794; died 31 
Dec. 1855, bur. 
in Tong Church 
8 Jan. 1856. Will 
dated 4 Aug. 1853 
with two codi- 
cils, dated res- 
pectively 1854, 
and 7 June 1855. 
Adfnon granted 
to her husband 
10 March 1856. 
Miniatures at 
Tong Hall. 



For issue see " Visitation of Etigland and 
Wales;' Vol. I., page 32. 



John Plumbe of Wavertree Hall, near Liverpool (which he, 
purchased together with the Manors of Aughton and Up- 
litherland, co. Lane, and purchased in 171S, from Alexan- 
der Hesketh, the manors and the advowson of the Rectory); 
bnpt. at Prescot 29 June 1670; Lord of the Manor of Up- 
litherland, and one of the Lords of the ^L^nor of Aughton, 
and Patron of the Rectory there ; died, aged 93, 30 March, 
bur. at St. Nicholas', Liverpool, 2 April 1763. Will dated 
I Nov. 1756, with two codicils dated respectively i Feb. 
1757, and 7 July 1761, proved at Chester 18 April 1763, 
by Elizabeth Smarley and Sarah 

Mallory, widows, his daughters /^ f^ \/^^y yS' 
and Executrixes. Portrait at f SL^Xyt^CUZi^ 
Tong Hall. < ^ C^^^^^ 



=Sarah, dau. of Edward Plumbe, 
Peter Marsh, bapt. at Prescot, 
niece and coheir co. Lane, 12 Oc- 
ofjames Vernon tober 1672; took 
of Vernon Hall, to the sea, and 
Lowhill, West died s.p. 
Derby (will da- 
ted 1668); born 
in 1676; marr. 
in 1694; died 24 
Jan., bur. at St. 
Nicholas', Liver- 
pool, 26 Jan. 



William Plumbe of Wavertree= 
Hall and of Gray's Inn, Lon- 
don ; died v.p. II May, bur. 
at St. Nicholas', Liverpool, 13 
May 1 761. Will dated i May 
1760, original penes John 
Plumbe of Tong Hall 1S17. 
Was named an Exor in his 
father's will, and appointed his 
wife and eldest son to be his 
own Exors. Portrait and 
Miniature at Tons: Hall. 



:Sarah, dau. of Thomas 
Townley of Royle, co. 
Lane. ; articles before mar- 
riage dated 8 Dec, marr. 
29 Dec. 1726 ; bur. at St. 
Nicholas', Liverpool, 4 
F'eb. 1776. Portrait and 
Miniature at Tong Hall. 



Rev.ThomasPlumbe= 
of Mobberley, co. 
Chester; Rector of 
Mobberley and of 
Aughton, CO. Lane, 
for 35 years. Minor 
Canon of Windsor ; 
died 29 November, 
bur. in Aughton 
Church 2 December 
1769. 



=Anna, dau. of 
Rev. - Watt of 
Windsor; mar- 
ried at Wind- 
sor in 1726. 




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dated 15 July 1734- 



John Plumbe of= 
Liverpool ; bapt. 
at Windsor 2 July 
1727 ; died s.p. 
at Liverpool 22 
January, bur. at 
Aughton 28 Jan- 
uary 1796. M.L 



=Hannah, dau. of Thomas Plumbe, =f=Rachael Plumbe of Tockholes, 
Rev. Teyrick of died 7 July iSoi. I near Blackburn, co. Lane; marr. 



Newcastle-under- 
Lyme ; died at 
Liverpool, in the 
63rd year of her 
age, 27 Jan., bur. 
at Aughton i Feb. 
1799. 



22 January 1761. 

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Benjamin Rawson of Nydd==i=Elizabeth, only surviv- 
Hall, Ripley, co. York, ing child ; marr. 25 
and of Darley Hall, near | August 1785; died in 
Bolton, CO. Lane. i November 1807. 



Anne, born 2 March, bapt. at St. 
Nicholas', Liverpool, 20 ALirch 1728. 



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Margaret, born about Susan, died Johanna, died 

1730; died unmarried unmarried. an infant, 
about 1743-45- 



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Thomas Plumbe, born 29 Oc- Elizabeth Sarah, born at Nottingham Anne, bapt. at St. Mary's, 

tober, bapt. at St. Nicholas', 4 July, bapt. at St. Mary's, Notting- Nottingham, 5 August 

Liverpool, 22 December 1767 ; ham, 30 July 1764; died at York 31 1765 ; died 29 Novem- 

died 10 July, bur. in chapel of ]\Larch, bur. at Tong, co. York, aged ber, bur. at St. Peter's, 

St. Nicholas', Liverpool, 12 July 71, 9 April 1835. Portraits and Nottingham, 2 Decem- 

1780. Portrait at Tong Hall. Silhouette at Tong Hall. ber 1765. 



Abraham Plumbe of Mile End Old Town, co. Middlesex (so styled in his will), of Ratcliffe, 
in the parish of Stepney, co. Middlesex (so described by his father in a deed dated 19 December 
1718); bapt. at Prescot 16 June 1681 ; Mariner (indenture to be taught the calling of a Mariner 
dated 1694); married Mary (living in 1732). Will dated 13 November 1732, proved (P.C.C., 
98 Price) 7 March following. He left all lands and goods to his wife for life, then equally among 
his three children, Abraham to repay to wife ^400 lent him, with interest at 4 per cent. If his 
wife marry again, to keep wearing apparel and jewels only. His cousins, John Forber of Gray's 
Inn, Thomas Fox, and Rev. Francis Fox, Exors. =j= 




Signature to a document dated 7 March 1702-3. 



Abraham Plumbe, 
living in 1732. 



William Plumbe, living, 
a minor, in 1732. 



Elizabeth, hving 
unmarried in 1 732. 




Signature to a document dated 25 February 1734. 



John Smarley of Liverpool.^Elizabeth, one of the Executors of her father's will, and then a 
widow. 




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Signature to a document dated 2 Octot>er 1727. Signature to a document dated 2 October 1727. 



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Elizabeth, born 
1 5 October, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas', 
Liverpool, 29 Oc- 
tober 1731. 



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Mary, died an 
infant, bur. at 
St. Nicholas', 
Liverpool, 1 1 
April 1745. 



Frances, born 26 April, bapt. at St. Nicholas', Liverpool, 
25 May 1741 ; late of Preston, co. Lane. ; died at Tong, 
CO. York, aged 79, 12 March, bur. there 18 March 1820. 
Portrait at Tong Hall. 




Frances, born at Wavertree, co. Lane, 24 Oct. 1766, 
bapt. at St. Nicholas', Liverpool, 4 July 1767; 
living unmarried at Nottingham Castle in 181 7 ; 
died at York 20 Jan., bur. inTong Church 27 Jan. 
1853. Will dated 17 June 1835, with six codicils, 
the last dated 15 July 185 2, proved in the Preroga- 
tive Court of the Archbishop of York by Colonel 
John Plumbe-Tempest, her brother, and Colonel 
Thomas Richard Plumbe-Tempest, her nephew. 
Portrait and Silhouette at Tong Hall. 



\ . 
Henrietta Mildred, born 
at Wavertree 9 April, 
bapt. at St. Nicholas', 
Liverpool, 14 April 1769; 
living unmarried at Not- 
tingham Castle in 181 7; 
died at York 6 May, bur. 
in Tong Church 13 May 
1844. Silhouette at Tong 
Hall. 



Tempest (a dau.), 
born at Wavertree 
Hall 18 Aug., bapt. 
at St. Nicholas', 
Liverpool, 26 Aug. 
1770 ; died unmar- 
ried, bur. at St. 
Peter's, Notting- 
ham, 6 April 1789. 
Sillwuette at Tong 
Hall. 



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Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Prescot, CO. Lane, 
21 November 1672; 
marr. Thomas For- 
ber of Gray's Inn, 
London, and of 
Rainhill, co. Lane. 

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Lydia, bapt. at Pres- Thomas Plumbe, bapt. 

cot 24 January 1683; at Prescot 8 May 1665, 

marr. by Hcence 4 De- and bur. there 25 May 

cember 1711, Robert the same year. 
Bromley of Warring- — 

ton, CO. Lane. ; a Isabel, bapt. at Prescot 

Lawyer. 1 5 December 1667; bur. 

=[= there 5 May 1669. 



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Ellen, bapt. at Prescot 
29 August 1678. 



Mary, bapt. at Prescot 
22 March 1687 ; marr. 
Edward Betts of Man- 
chester, attorney-at-Law. 



Rev. George Mallory, M.A., P^atron of Mobberley, co. Chester 
(son of Rev. George Mallory, Vicar of Mayworth, co. Kildare, 
Ireland, by Alicia his wife [born 12 June 1660, marr. at 
Mobberley 2 September 1691], only dau. and heir of Thomas 
Mallory of Mobberley) ; died 9 Apiil 17,52, and was bur. at 
Mobberley. M.I. Descended from the Mallorys of Studley 
Royal, CO. York. 




=Sarah, one of the Executrixes 
of her father's will, then a widow. 



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Signature to a dociiment dated 16 May 1723. 



e to a document dated 
16 May 1723. 



Thomas Plumbe of Wavertree, which he sold= 
and purchased Tong Hall and the Manor of 
Tong, CO. York; born 13 June, bapt. at St. 
Nicholas', Liverpool, 12 July 1736; Captain 
ist Royal Lancashire Alilitia, Lord of the 
i\Ianor of Uplitherland, and joint Lord of 
Aughton, CO. Lane. ; purchased Tong from 
the heirs and mortgagees of his brother-in-law, 
John Tempest, the heirs were his wife and 
her two sisters, ]\Lijor Tempest having barred 
the entail of Sir George Tempest's estates ; 
died 7 June, bur. in Tong Church 16 June 
1806. Portrait, Afiniaiiire, and Silhouette at 
Tons Hall. 



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=Elizabeth Tempest, eldest dau. of John Tempest 
of Nottingham, Captain in the Army, by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. of John Scrimshire of Col- 
grave, CO. Nottingham [this John Scrimshire had 
three sons and four daughters. Colgrave went to 
a granddaughter, who sold it for a life annuity ; 
she left part of the plate and jewels to Plumbe 
of Tong], and coheir to her brother. Major John 
Tempest of Tong Hall, and of the Royal Life 
Guards ; bapt. in the parish of St. Mary's, Not- 
tingham, 29 June 1739; marr. in the parish of 
St. Peter's, Nottingham, 25 Sept. 1763 (marr. 
settlements dated 23 and 24 Sept. 1763); died 
at Nottingham Castle, aged 84, 24 Aug., bur. at 
Tong 3 Sept. 1823. Miniatures at Tong Hall. 



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Henry Dixon of Brook-=i=Catherine Townley, born at Wavertree Anne, born at Wavertree 

farm, near Liverpool, and ; Hall, co. Lane, 7 P^ebruary, bapt. at Hall 6 June, bapt. at St. 

of Liverpool, merchant(3rd St. Nicholas', Liverpool, 13 February Nicholas', Liverpool, 8 

son of Jeremiah Di.xon of 1772; marr. at Tong 8 April 1794; June 1776; died 28 Fcl)- 

Gledhow Hall, co. York, died at Brookfarm 1 1 September, ruary, bur. at St. Nicholas', 

and brotherof John Di.xon bur. at St. James', Liverpool, 17 Sep- Liverpool, 3 March 1777. 
of Gledhow and Astle, co. tember 1819. Silhouette at Tong 
Chester) ; died at York 9 1 Hall. 
September 1844. A 

Compiled hy Sir Robert Tempest Tempest, Bart. 
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Will of John Plumbe of IVavertyee Hall, co. Tempest. 
Lane, 1763. [Voi.r,p.35.] 

The will of John Plumbe, late of Wavertree Hall, Vernon's Hall, and 
Aughton, CO. Lane, and of Liverpool in the county of Lane, and 
Diocese of Chester, deceased, is dated the ist day of November 1756 ; 
first codicil thereto dated ist of February 1757; second codicil dated 
7th July 1761 ; and was proved at Chester the iSth day of April 1763 
by Elizabeth Smarley, widow, and Sarah Mallory, widow of the Rev. 
George Mallory, late of Mobberley in the county of Chester, deceased, 
the daughters of the Testator, and the Executrixes named in his will. 
William Plumbe, the son of the Testator (and who married Sarah, the 
daughter of Thomas Townley) the Exor being before dead. Mention is 
made in the said will, of the Testator's other son, the Rev. Thomas 
Plumbe, one of the Minor Canons of Windsor, and of the Testator's 
grandchildren, viz. : Thomas, William, Frances, and Mistress Hesketh, 
sons and daughters of the said William Plumbe, Mistress Bevan, 
daughter of the said Elizabeth Smarley, the Rev. Thomas I^Iallory, Alice 
and Elizabeth Mallory, and Sarah Pardoe, widow, son, and daughters of 
the said George and Sarah Mallory, and of Sarah Pardoe, daughter of 
the said Sarah Pardoe. 

Takefi from an abstract prepared by Edmund Lodge, Lancaster 
Herald, College of Ar?ns ; accompanying letter dated Chester, 
27 December 181^. 



Abstract of a Settlement whicJi was made by 
JoJin Plumbe of Whiston, l66l. 

On or about May 14th, 13th of Charles H., John Plumbe of Whiston 
made a Settlement by Indenture or Deed (and appointed trustees) of his 
house and land in Whiston, late in the occupation of his father, deceased, 
and of the land in Whiston which had been purchased by his mother, Mar- 
garet Plumbe, from John Billing of Upholland. To the use of himself 
and his wife Elizabeth, and the survivor of them, to the use of the first son 
and the heirs of the body of such son, &c., after default of such issue, 
to the use of the second, third, and such other son or sons of the said 
John Plumbe and Elizabeth his wife, and the heirs of such son or sons, 
the elder to be always preferred before the younger, and, in default, to 
the use of the heirs of the said John Plumbe, and, in default of such 
issue, to the use of Thomas Plumbe, younger brother of the said John, 
and his heirs, and, in default, to the use of the right heirs of John 
Plumbe for ever. 

The Deed then contained a power to charge the estates with a 
certain sum as provision for his younger children, Elizabeth, Abraham, 
Lydia, and Mary. The estate and title of tlie aforesaid Elizabeth therein 
only excepted. 

He then proceeds to exercise that power and to make certain 
provision for each of them. 

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Tempest. Abstract of the J Fill of John Plunibe 

""''''•'■''■' oflVhistou, 1 7 13. 

The 24 of June 17 13, John Plumbe of Whiston, yeoman, made his 
^\'ill. He gave his house and the land belonging to it to his wife for 
her life, and as he had by Indenture placed charges upon them, he 
leaves portions to his younger children, Elizabeth, Abraham, Lydia, and 
Mary, and bequeathed to his son John the house, messuage, and tene- 
ment in Whiston, and that in Prescott in Robert Bradburn's houlding, 
to receive the rents and profits to him and his heirs for ever. And he 
charged them with a payment of a sum to his brothers, Thomas and 
Abraham, brothers of John the younger. He left a legacy to his cousin 
Edmund Taylor of Burton Wood. All his goods and the remainder of 
his personal estate he left to his wife, and he appointed her and his 
cousin E. Taylor to be his E.xecutors, and he revoked all other wills 
and legacies. 

Witnessed by Edward finney, Thos : Wickerham, Rich : Belham. 



Entries made by TJiomas Phtmbe of the Births 
of his CJiildren. 

1. Elizabeth Sarah, born i July 1764 Baptised 30 July 1764 at St. Mary's 

Nottingham and Registered as the Daughter of Thos. & Sarah 
Plumbe whereas it should have been the Daughter of Thomas 
Plumbe & Elizabeth his wife. 

2. Ann, born 5 August 1765 Baptised and registered at St. Mary's as 

her Sister was through mistake of the Curate the ReV^ (blank 
in orig.) Died y"= 29 Nov. 1765 was buried 2"'^ Dec 1765 a 
St. Peter's Church Nottingham. 

3. Frances was born 24 Ocf 1766 a 10 minutes past one in the 

morning a Wavertree Hall, Lancashire Registered at the Old 
Church, Liverpool. 
I. Tho^ my first son was born at 7 minutes past 7 o'clock in the 
evening on y' 29 Ocf 1767 a Wavertree Hall and Registered 
a the Old Church, Liverpool. Died a Wavertree July 1700 
and was buried at the Old Church in the Family burial ground 
on (blank in orig.). 

4. daughter Henrietta Mildred was born about 5 in the morning on 

the 9 April a Wavertree Hall Lancashire and Registered at 
the old church Liverpool. 
5 Daughter Tempest was born half past two in the afternoon on y= 
18 Aug' 1770 a Wavertree Hall Baptised y= 26 Aug' 1770 and 
Registered at the Old Church Liverpool. Was buried on the 
6 April 1789 in St. Peter's Church Nottingham near her sister 
Ann. 



Dau'' Catharina Townly was born a Wavertree Hall 3 minutes Tempest. 

before 4 in the morning on ye 7 Febv 1772 & was registered [Voi. i,p. 35-] 

at the old Church Liverpool and was married a Tong (blank 

in orig.) to Henry Dixon a Liverpool Merchant. 
Son John was born a Wavertree Hall a 7 o'clock in the evening on 

y'^ 19 June 1773 and Registered at the old church Liverpool 

at S' Peter's Church, J. P. 

where he was married to Sarah Plumbe his own cousin on the 
19* June 1794. 
Daughter Ann born a Wavertree 6 June 1776 Baptised & 
Registered y" 8 June 1776 a -f old Church Liverpool. Died 
at ^Vavertree Hall on (blank in orig.) and lies by her brother 
Thomas. 



Extracts from a Family Bible at Toiig Hall. 

Children of 

John & Sarah Plumbe married ig June 1794 

S' Peter's Liverpool. 

Thomas Richard Plumbe born at Dover 7''^ October 1795 and 

christened at the same place. 

Sponsors.— Grandfather Plumbe, Tong Hall. 

Rev"! R. P. Johnson, Rec: Aston on Mersey, Ches: 
Grandmother W. Plumbe, Liverpool. 
Catharina Elizabeth Plumbe born at Plymouth f"^ May 1797 and 
Christened at the same place and Registered in the old church. 
Sponsors. — Col: Stanley, Cross Hall, Lancashire. 

Grandmother Plumbe, Tong Hall, Yorks. 
M''^ Egerton, Tatton Park, Cheshire. 
Tempest Plumbe born at Liverpool April i2"> 1799, and christened at 
S' Peter's Church, also Registered there. 

Sponsors. — Rev'^ D"' Haines, Vic: Nottingham. 
G : Aunt Tempest, Nottingham. 
Aunt Dixon, Liverpool. 
Sarah Ann Plumbe born at Newcastle upon Tyne the 26''^ of December 
1800 and christened the 25''' of Feb''>', iSoi, at All Saint's 
Church in the same Town. 

Sponsors. — H. Dixon Esq'^, Liverpool. 
Aunt Tomlinson, Carlisle. 
Aunt F. Plumbe, Tong Hall. 
Henrietta Townley Plumbe born at York 12 March 1S03, baptised 
13 March' & registered in S' Hellen's Church, same Town, 
Christened in same church 26 Ap' 1803. 

Sponsors. — N. F. Haines, Esq., Nottingham. 
G: Aunt Plumbe, Preston, Lan: 
Aunt H. M. Plumbe, Tong Hall. 

' The date of baptism is 12 March 1S03 in the Register of St. Helen's, York. 

9 



Tempest. John Egerton Plutnbe born at Smeath near Ashford Kent ii Sep'' 1S04, 
[Vol. I, p. 3-.] baptised same day & died the day following & was buried near the 

Altar in Smeath Church 15 same month. 
Frances Penelope Plumbe born at Weymouth Dorset : 14 Sepf 1805 & 
christened in Tong Church Yorks, 26 Dec. 1807.' Mar'': at Tong 
26 July 1824 to M"' T. Rawson: ob' at Tong 4 May 1825, bury<i in 
Tong Church 12 May 1825. 

Sponsors. — L'-Col : Thomlinson iS'i'Reg' Foot, Blencogo, Cum- 
berland. 
Aunt E. S. Plumbe, Tong Hall. 
Mrs. Lutwidge.= 
Henrietta Plumbe, born at Worcester 17 March 181 1. Married at S' 
George's Hanover Sq''"= London on 29 May 1834 to Cornwallis 
eldest Son of R'' Admiral Sir Rob' T. Ricketts B' of y= Elms, 
Gloucestershire. Died at Florence 13''' Nov"' 1838, bury^ at 
Swindon n"' Cheltenham. 

Sponsors. — L'-Col: Rawstorne, Penwortham, Lancashire. 
M" Law, Wife of the Bishop of Elphin. 
John Plumbe born at Bath 5 Nov. 1824 baptised at Bath. Ob' at Bath 
31 Mar: 1815, bury'd in the Abbey 5'"^ Ap'. 
Sponsor. — Sir Henry Tempest, Bart. 

' The date in the Tong Parish Register is 26 December 1S05. 
" Now spelt Lutwyche. 



Abstyact of IVill of Mrs. IVilliaui Plumbe, 1770. 

My^ William Plumbe. Residue to her daughter Frances for her life, 
or until she should marry. Afterwards one-third to said Frances, and 
one-third to her son William Plumbe. One-third to her three grand- 
children, Thomas, Ann and Robert Hesketh. In case they should die 
their third to son William and daughter Frances. Sole executrix, Frances 
Plumbe. Will dated 22 June 1770. 



Abstract of J Fill of Frances Plumbe of Preston, 
1818. 

Frances Plumbe of Preston. Burnley estate and plate to her 
nephew Colonel John Plumbe ; a legacy and plate to his wife Sarah 
Plumbe. Legacies to her nieces, Elizabeth Sarah Plumbe, Frances and 
Henrietta Mildred, and to Henry Di.xoii, husband of her late niece 
Catharina Townley Dixon. Legacies to her great nieces Ann and 
Catharina Thomlinson. Legacies to Lucy wife of Edward Pearson, and 
to their daughters. Exors, John Plumbe, Henry Dixon, George Orred. 
Will dated 24 January 18 18. 

Codicil dated 6 March 1820. The Burnley estate is left to Colonel 
John Plumbe and his son. 




JOHM PLLMBE TEMPEST tbQ 



Book-plate of Colonel John Plumbe-Tempest of Tong Hall. The Arms 
on this Book-plate differ from those recorded in the College Records, which 
are as follows :— 

Arms granted to John Plumbe-Tempest of Tong Hall, i8 March i8jS- — 
Quarterly : i and 4, Argent, a bend between six martlets sable, Tempest ; 
2 and 3, Ermine, a bend vair, cotised sable, a canton argent, charged with a 
rose gules, Plumbe. 

Crests. — I, A griffin's head erased per pale, argent and sable, Tempest ; 
2, A mount vert, thereon a greyhound sejant argent, collared gules, in the 
mouth a rose of the last, slipped proper, Plumbe. 



Tempest. 

[Vol. I, p. 35]. 



Pedigree of Tempest of Toiig, co. York. 

Henry Tempest, 8th son of Sir Richard Tempest of Bracewell,=pEllen, dau. and heir of 
Waddington, and Boiling, co. York, Knt., by his wife, Rosamund, dau. Christopher Mirfield of 



and heir of Tristram Boiling of Boiling, near Bradford. He was born 
probably about 15 15. Marriage contract dated 20 March, 
18 Henry VHI. (152^), by which Peter Mirfield of Tong and 
Christopher Mirfield, his son and heir, grant to Sir Richard 
Tempest, Knt., the wardship and marriage of Ellen, dau. and 
heir apparent of the said Christopher Mirfield, to be married to 
Henry Tempest, the son of the said Sir Richard Tempest. It 
was also agreed that the Mirfields should, before Whit-Sunday 
ensuing, enfeoff Thomas Suttell, Robert Baildon, Henry Skelton, Nicho- 
las Tempest, the elder, Thomas Lister, and Roger Banester of their 
manors, lands, &c., for these uses, viz : that land in Tong, Stothill, and 
Collinghead, to the value of ^10 yearly, should be for Henry and Ellen 
Tempest, paying out of it 40* yearly to Peter Mirfield for his life, the re- 
mainder of these and other premises to Henry and Ellen Tempest on the 
death of Peter and Christopher Mirfield without male issue. Sir Richard 
Tempest undertakes to pay ;^2oo for this marriage, there being a clause 
in the agreements for restitution in case the Crown claimed Ellen's 
wardship {orig. deed at Tong i8Sq). The 6 October 1838, Peter 
Mirfield gives Sir Richard Tempest a full acquittance for the ;^2oo 
(abstract of deeds at Tong made l6jg, now at Tong i8Sg). Henry 
Tempest is thus named in his father's will, dated 6 January 153-,-: "Also 
I give and bequeathe unto my sonne Henry Tempest all the lands 
which I did purchase of the heires of Robert Falthroppe lying in Hor- 
ton-in-Craven and settell for the terme of his life natural and after his 
decease it to remagne to the heires male of me the said Sir Richard 
Tempeste for ever " {ivill at York Registry). In a Muster Roll for the 
West Riding of 1539, Henry Tempest was still of the household of his 
mother. Dame Rosamund, late wife of Sir Richard Tempest, at Boi- 
ling, "and able to provide a horse and harness" {Chapter Hotise Book 
A 2, 23). The 18 November, 33 Henry VIII. (1541), Sir Thomas 
Tempest of Bracewell, Knt., and his brother, John Tempest of 
Boiling, paid ;^4o to Christopher Mirfield for the final assuring of 
Tong Manor, &c., to Henry and Ellen Tempest, as was agreed upon 
in their marriage settlements [prig, at Tong iSSp). At Easter term 

4 Edw. VI. (1550), Henry Tempest and Elena his wife, with Christopher 
Mirfield, are plaintiffs in a fine of the manors of Tong, Collinghead, 
and Grendesthorpe (or Grimesthorpe), 65 messuages, 2 water-mills, 
and land in the said places and in Holme, also the advowson of the 
Chapel of St. James's, Tong ( Yorkshire Fines, Yorkshire Record Society, 
part I, page 14S). The 14 December 1554, he and his wife Ellen 
sell a parcel of common {prig, at Tong i88g). At Easter 1556, he 
and his wife Elena, and their daughter Beatri.x, are deforciants of six 
messuages in Boiling and Bradford, Sir John Tempest of Bracewell 
being plaintiff ( Yorkshire Fines, part i, page igi). By deed dated the 
20 March, 4 and P. and N., 155I, he and'his wife empower Richard 
Mirfield to levy a fine of recovery of the manor of Tong, and lands in 
Howley, Morley, Gildersome, Mirfield, Hopton, Kirkheaton, Drigh- 
lington, Batley, Smeaton, Ffrysby, Southouran, Boulton, Leeds and 
Wakefield, and conmion land in Tong and Colynhead {abstract of 
deeds at Tong, i6jp), and by indenture of award dated 22 March 4 and 

5 P-M., 155^, made between Henry Tempest of Tong and Ellen his 
wife of one part, and Richard Mirfield of Destroppe, co. Northampton, 
gent, and Anne Oldfield, widow of Edmund Oldfield, concerning the 
title to the manors of Tong and Collinghead, with land there and in 
Doncaster and Grimesthorpe, co. York, it is agreed that Richard 
Mirfield and Anne Oldfield refinquish all claim, Mirfield receiving an 
annuity, ^5 for life, out of Tong, and the 26 August 1558, the latter 




York, by 

ttlement dated 



Eleanor his wife, dau. of 
Arthur Pilkington of Ba- 
fadley {Burke's '■'■Extinct 
Baronetage," page £2, 
note), her marriage cove- 
nants are dated 20 Mar., 
18 Henry VIIL, 152^ 
{orig. at Tong i88g>). 
She joined her husband 
in various sales of land 
and settlements, and is 
named executrix to his 
willini59i. Aninquisi- 
tion was taken after her 
death at York Castle, 20 
August, 43 Eliz. (1601), 
when it was found she 
died seised in fee of the 
manors of Tong and 
Collinghead, otherwise 
Stothill, and of 65 mes- 
suages, 2 water-mills, 
1,100 acres of land, 450 
acres of meadow, 800 
of pasture, 60 of wood, 
1,400 of moor, moss, 
marsh, and turf, and 4= 
rent, with appurtenances 
in Tong, Collinghead, 
a//rt.rStothill, and Holme, 
and the advowson of the 
free chapel of Tong. The 
manor of Tong with 
the messuages, lands, 
tenements, advowson, 
&c., in Tong and Holme 
were held of the Queen 
as of her honour of Pon- 
tefract, parcel of the 
Duchy of Lancaster, by 
the fourth part of one 
knight's fee, and by 20^ 
yearly rent, and worth 20 
marks per annum. The 
manor of Collinghead, 
alias Stothill, and the 
messuages and tene- 
ments there were held 
of Anthony Walker, as 



gives full release to 216 acres of common land in Tong {original 
deeds at Tong iSSg). At Easter 1558, Henry Tempest and his wife 
were plaintiffs in a fine of the manors of Tong, Collinghead, and 65 
messuages, 2 water-mills, with land there and in Holme, Gryms- 
thorpe, and Doncaster, with the advowson of the free chapel of St. 
James's, Tong, Richard Mirfield and Anne Oldfield being the 
deforciants {Yorkshire Fines, part I, page 21 j). In August 1558, 
Henry Tempest, with his wife and son Richard, sell various parts of 
the waste or common of Tong, receiving certain rents {freeholders' 
book at Tong iS8g). In the entail made by Sir John Tempest, 
Knt., 31 July 1563, of his estates of Bracewell, Waddington, Boiling, 
Pathorne, &c., &c., Henry Tempest is named after the heirs male of 
Tristram Tempest, the 7th son of Sir Richard {Chancery Inq. p.m. 
8 Eliz., A^o. 191, of Sir John Tempest). The i October, 5 Eliz. 
(1563), Henry Tempest and his wife covenanted with William Thornton 
of Tyersall for the marriage of the same William Thornton with their 
daughter Beatrix {orig. at Tong 188 g). In 1572, Sir Thomas Hargrave 
reported to the Queen that Henry Tempest of Tong was one of 
the doubtful Protestants amongst the minor gentry of Yorkshire 
{Cartwright's " Chapter of Yorkshire Hist :" page ji). On i September 
1572 (14 Eliz.), Henry Tempest and his wife covenant with Thomas 
Savile of Thornhill, and Elizabeth his wife, for the marriage of their 
son and heir Richard Tempest, and Elizabeth, one of the two 
daughters and heirs apparent of the said Thomas and Elizabeth Savile 
{orig. at Tong i88g), and the 18 January, 18 Eliz. (157!), Henry 
Tempest his wife, and their son Richard Tempest, proceed to 
settle their estates consisting of 60 messuages, 30 cottages, 100 
gardens, 5,000 acres of land, 300 of meadows, 600 of pasture, 
200 of wood, 200 of furze and heath, with fourpence rent in 
Tong, Collinghead, and Stothill, besides various other messuages, 
gardens, and parcels of waste in Collinghead, on themselves for 
life, then on Richard Tempest, the son, and his heirs male, 
&c. {orig. at Tong i88g). At Barnard's survey taken in Au- 
gust 1577, Henry Tempest was found to hold in right of his 
wife Ellen, land in Hindsworth and Tong, once held by Richard 
Tong of the Queen, as of the Duchy of Lancaster, &c., and he 
was one of the jury of the inquisition then held at Bradford 
{Dodsworth A/SS., Vol. 34, folios 16 and ijb). With his wife and 
son he levied several fines of land in Tong in 1575, 76, 77, and 81 
( Yorkshire Fines, part 2, pages 78, loi, 104, 127 and 166). In 1585 
he is named as a free tenant in the Wapentake of West Pomfret 
{Foster's ''Visitation of Yorkshire," page jgg). The 5 June, 28 Eliz. 
(1586), he, with his wife and son Richard Tempest, grant to his 
younger son, Walter Tempest, an annuity of ;^3 6^ 8'' out of land 
in Stothill and Collinghead {orig. at Tong i8Sg), and in February 
iS8|-, the same three grant to the same Walter Tempest a parcel of 
waste in Tong {oi-ig. at Tong iS8g). Henry Tempest, his son and 
grandson, were entered at Glover's Visitation of Yorkshire, 1584, 
in the pedigree of Tempest of Bracewell. Henry Tempest's will 
is dated 5 April 1591, he desires to be buried in Tong Church, 
names his sons Richard and Walter Tempest, and daughter Beatrix 
Shirtecliffe, formerly wife of William Thornton, executrix, his wife Ellen 
Tempest, the will proved at York 26 June 1591. He was bur. at 
Tong 6 April 1591 {Tong Parish Registet). 



of his manor of Bingley 
in free socage by fealty 
and rent of 6=, and are 
worth (clear) £^-j per 
annum. She was de- 
clared to have died 19 
January, 43 Eliz. (160°), 
and her heir was her 
son Richard Tempest of 
Tong, aged, when she 
died, 40 years {Chan- 
cery Inq. p.m. 44 Eliz., 
part 2, N id). Her will 
is dated 19 December 
1 599. She desired to be 
buried in the "Chapelle 
of Tonge," names her 
younger son Walter 
Tempest, her son and 
heir apparent, Richard 
Tempest, her daughter 
Beatrix, wife of Wil- 
liam Shirtcliffe, who was 
espoused formerly to 
William Thornton, her 
grandson Richard Tem- 
pest the younger, &c. 
Shealsonamesher'' man- 
sion house of Tonge 
Hall." Executor, her son 
Walter Tempest. Proved 
at York 1 7 August 1 60 1 . 
She was buried at Tong 
21 January 1600 {Tong 
Parish Register). By 
the Inq. p.m. of her 
father Christopher Mir- 
field, taken at Leeds 9 
September 1555, she 
was declared his sole 
heir, and then aged 28 
years ( Chancery Inq. 
p.m., 2 and j, P. and 
M. No. 4). 



^ 



■^^^-l-^^-l^ I ^y^^ 



Signature 



o his daughter's marriage settlement 
dated i September 1572. 

by Elizabeth his wife. 
Covenants prior to mar- 
riage dated i September 
1572. The marriage had 
taken place before 18 
January i5i| {deeds at 
'Tong iSSg). She had 
the manor of Pillay, 
with land in Overthorpe, 
Thornhill, and Tankers- 
ley settled upon her on 
her marriage. She was 
bur. at Tong Church 30 
September 1581. {Tong 
Parish Register). 



Richard Tempest of Tong, eldest son, found to be heir to his mother Elizabeth, elder dau. 

in 1601. He was bapt. at Tong 6 April 1551 {Tong Parish 1 and coheir of Thomas 

Register). He is named in both his father's and mother's wills. Savile of Thornhill, gent, 

By indenture dated i September, 14 Eliz. (1572), Henry 

Tempest of Tong and his wife covenant with Thomas Savile 

of Thornhill, gent, and Elizabeth his wife for the marriage of 

Richard Tempest, their son and heir, with Elizabeth Savile, 

one of the two daughters and heirs apparent of the said 

Thomas Savile, the latter undertaking to convey before July 

ensuing to Richard Tempest of Boiling, George Savile of 

Thornhill, John Lacy of Leventhorpe, John Savile and George Savile 

of Wakefield, and Robert Popley of Popley, co. York, gents, an estate 

in fee simple in the manor of Pillay, and all messuages, lands, &c., 

in Pillay or in the parivh of Tankersl'ey, for the use of himself for life, 

and then for Richard Tempest and Elizabeth Savile and her heirs male, 

and for default to Dorothy Savile, younger dau. of the said Thomas 

Savile ; also his lands, &c., in Overthorpe and Thornhill, Henry and 

Ellen Tempest undertaking to enfeoff the same trustees of premises 

in Tong to the value of ;Q\o yearly for the use of Richard Tempest 

and his wife {orig. at Tong iSSg). The 18 January, 18 Eliz. (157I), 

he joined with his parents in the settlement of the manors of Tong, 

Colhnghead, Stothill, &c., Elizabeth Savile being then his wife {orig. 

at Tong iSSg). He is associated with his father and mother in 

various transactions relating to the Tong estate, as the sale of waste land, 

&-c., {deeds at Tong i88g and Yorkshire Fines). The 16 March, 23 Eliz. 

(iSSy), Richard Tempest joined his parents in selling to John Batte of 

Birstall 38 acres of land, together with " Raikes " and other land and 

buildings to be held at a rent of 6^ 8'^, of their manor of Tong {orig. at 

Tofig iSSg). He joined also in the grant of an annuity of ;^2> 6* 8"* 

to his brother Walter Tempest in June 1586 {orig. at Tong iSSg). 

At Michaelrnas 1587, he and Jevras Rayney, gent, were plaintiffs in a 

fine against Richard Tempest, junior, his son, of the manor of Tong ( Yorkshire Fines, part j, page 

124). In July 1588, he sold to Randall Rayner 5 acres of land off Tong Moor, to be held at a 

rent of 20 pence {freeholders' deeds at Tong i88g). At Easter 1590, he was plaintiff in a fine of 

messuage at Drighlington ( Yorkshire Fines, part j, page 128). In 1589 he sold, for ^^560, his 

manor of Pilling with appurtenances, and his messuages and land there and in Tankersley and 

AVorsbury, co. York, to Richard Wortley of Wortley, giving full release of the saine 9 October, 31 

Eliz. {orig. at Tong iSSg). In the " Rentale Ballivorum " for the wapentake of Aghrigg and 

]\Iorley in 1595, Richard Tempest is returned as holding the vill of Tong, which formerly John 

del Tonge held at 10^ rent {Dodsworth AISS., Vol. 34, folio 68). The 7 October, 41 Eliz. (1599), 

he granted all his lands within the realm of England (Collinghend excepted) to Richard Tempest 

of East Hage, William Shercliffe of North Birely, Hartley of Branfope, William Hewthwaite of 

Engleby under Arncliffe, gents, in trust for his son Richard Tempest and his wife Alice, and their 

heirs male {orig. at Tong iSSg). The 30 December, 42 Eliz. (1599), he and his eldest son Richard 

Tempest sell for ^loo the capital messuage of Overthorpe Hall in Thornhill, with 23 closes, i 

cottage, and 2 crofts in Thornhill, to George, son of Nicholas Radcliffe {orig. at Tong i88g). An 

inquisition was taken after his death at Rotherham, 28 August, 5 James I. (1607), when it was 

found he died seised in fee of the manors of Tong and Collinghead, alias Stothill, 65 messuages, 

&c. Declared to have died 21 July, 5 James I. (1607), and that his heir was his son Richard 

Tempest, aged 28 years at the time of hi^ death {Chancery Inq. p.m., ^ James I., part 2, 

No. 10). He was bur. at Tong 23 July 1607 {Tong Parish Register). Adiiion of his goods 

was granted to his daughter Dorothy, wife of Michael Gledhill, 8 August 1607 {York Registry). 



Signature dated 10 September, 18 Eliiiabeth. 



I 

Robert Tempest, 2nd son (Glovers " Visitation of Yorkshire^'' 
158s)- A cliild of Henry Tempest's was bapt. at Tong 15 
January i^K^h {Tong Parish Register). Probably dead before 
1585, as in the 2nd entry of Tempest Pedigree in 1585, 
^Valter Tempest is called 2nd son. 



I 
John Tempest, 3rd son {Glover's 
"Visitation of Yorkshire," 158^). 
A child of Henry Tempest's was 
bapt. at Tong 3 February 155! 
( Tong Parish Register). Probably 
dead before 1585, as in the 2nd 
entry of the Tempest Pedigree in 
1585. Walter is called 2nd son. 



Signatiue to a deed dated i Jun 



. i 
Richard Tempest of Tong; bapt. at Tong 7 July 1577 {Tong Parish 
Register). He was found to be heir to his father, Richard 'I'empest, in 
1607, declared to be 28 years of age only. At Michaelmas term 1589, 
he was deforciant, his father, Richard Tempest, senior, gent, and Jervas 
Raynay being plaintiffs, in a fine of the manor of Tong, 6 messuages, 
6 cottages, a water-mill, and land in Tong {Yorkshire Fines, part 2, 
page 124). He probably married about 1599. The 7 October, 41 Eliz. 
(1599), Richard Tempest, the father, granted all his lands in the realm 
of England (Collinghead excepted) to Richard Tempest of East Hage, 
William Shercliffe of North Bireh', and others, in trust for the use of 
Richard Tempest, his son, and Alice his wife, and the heirs of their 
bodies {orig. at TongiSSg). The 7 April, 10 James I. (1612), Richard 
Tempest of Tong leases to his son, Christopher Tempest, the mes- 
suage of Ryecroft, or Raikes in Tong for 80 years at 40^ rent for his 
" better maintenance " {orig. at Tong 188(f). An award was made the 
18 January, 10 James I. (i6if), by John Favour, " D'' at lawe" and Vicar 
of Halifax, and others, between Richard Tempest of Tong of the one 
part, and Michael Gledhill of Barkisland, gent, and Dorothy his wife, 
sister to the said Richard Tempest, of the other part, touching the title 
to.the manor of Stothill, alias Newbigging, situate in Collinghead, when 
it was decided that Richard Tempest should convey to the Gledhills 
before Easter ensuing the said manor of Stothill with the lands apper- 
taining and all deeds belonging. Dorothy and Michael Gledhill, on their 
part, are to deliver up to Richard Tempest all evidences which they may 
have relating to his inheritance, or any covenant or agreement of marriage 
between the said Richard Tempest and Alice his wife, or between their 
fathers, &c., to their use. The Gledhills are further "to yielde and 
give unto the said Richard Tempest and Alice his wife, or unto their 
heires soe much plate of silver or silver & gilt as shall be worth 
twentie marks of current English money to be and remaine as heire- 
loomes unto their house and monuments of that love friendship & 
good agreement between all parties in the award " {orig. at Tong i88g). 
Plis will is dated 16 August 1613; he desires to be bur. in Tong 
Church, or free chapel, he commits to the care of his mother, his wife 



'Alice, eldest dau. of 
William Maleverer of 
Wodersome and Arn- 
cliffe, by Elinor, dau. of 
Richard Oldburg of Old- 
burg. She was born in 
1578 {Glover's "-Visita- 
tion of Yorkshire, ' ' subject, 
Maleverer of Wodersome, 
1584). Married in 1599. 
Executrix to her hus- 
band's willin 1614. The 
Maleverers are also des- 
cribed of Arncliffe {Glo- 
ver's " Visitation of York- 
shire, "subject, "Tempest of 
Bracnvell andTong, "and 
DugdaUs " Visitation," 
1666, subject, Tefnpest of 
Tong). Sheissaidtohave 
marr. 2ndly at Bradford, 
William Horn of Tong 
( JValton's "Baronetage," 
1741, subject. Tempest of 
Tong). By indenture 
dated 29 Oct., 11 James 
I. ( 1 6 1 3), Alice Tempest, 
widow, for ;^2oo pur- 
chased from the King the 
wardship and marriage of 
her son John Tempest 
{orig. deed at Tong i88g). 
She was living a widow 
165 1, and assigned to 



Walter Tempest, 4th, or 2nd surviving, son {Glover's " Visitation of Yorkshire,'' 158 j, two entries). 
The I June, 28 Eliz. (1586), Henry Tempest of Tong, with his wife Hellen, and their son and 
heir Richard Tempest, grant to their younger son Walter Tempest an annuity of ^3 6= S"^ out of 
Stothill and Collinghead for the parish of Kyldwick, co. York, for life, seisen being given to Walter 
Tempest by payment of sixpence in silver (orig. at Tong i8Sg)\ the 28 February, 30 Eliz. (158I), the 
same three granted him a parcel of 12 acres, large measure, out of the manor of Tong, lying next 
Dudley Hill to the west, Wyskett Hill to the east, the fields of North Byerley to the south, and 
the highway leading between Bradford and Adwalton to the north, rent 2^ with suit and service 
of Court. No power to alienate without the consent of her brother Richard Tempest {orig. at To?ig 
iS8g). At Easter 1588, he was, with William Shirtcliff and William Pollard, a plaintiff in a fine 
of 3 messuages, &c., in Boiling and North Byerley ( Yorkshire Fines, part j, page gg). The 4 
May 1595, he, with his brother Richard Tempest, granted a moiety to Richard Stead {orig. at 
Tong i88g). He was serving on a jury at Bradford in July 1602 {Sessions Rolls, West Riding, co. 
York, York Records, page 226). He married in 1598, Elizabeth Walker of Bradford {Paver's 
Marr. Lie, Brit. Mits.); "to be married at Tong or Bradford." His will is dated 19 February 
i6oi, he desires to be buried in the parish church of Bradford, "so near as may be to 
the late place wher my son was buried by the sufferance of Sir Richard Tempest Kt." Names 
"Breaks Close," bought by him, also his daughters, Ellen and Elizabeth Tempest ; nephews, Richard 
Thornton of Tiresall and Rich : Tempest of Tong ; executrix, wife Elizabeth ; proved at York 
8 December 1607, probate renewed to Sir 
John Savile, Sir Richard Tempest, Knt., &:c., 
5 June 1 608 ( York Registry). He was buried at 
Bradford 4 September 1607 {Bradford Parish 
Register). =f 

.1 
Richard Tempest, bapt. at Tong 31 
May 1600 {Tong Parish Register); bur. 
at Bradford 22 May 1602 {Bradford 
Parish Register). 



ii^ 



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From a deed diitcd 



1586. 



I I 



Elizabeth, bapt. at Bradford 7 July 1605 {Bradford 
Parish Register). Named in her father's will 1606. 



Ellen, named in her father's will 1606. 



Henry Tempest of Tong 
a bond for ^ . . 20 Feb. 
1 65;. {orig. at Tong). 

Signature dated 20 Feb. 1561-2. 



Alice, and his son and heir John Tempest. His wife is to enjoy Tong 
Hall during the minority of her son. He names his younger children, 
Eleanor, Beatrice, Christopher, Elizabeth, and Henry Tempest, his 
sister Dorothy Gledhill, uncles John Hartley and Shertcliffe, brother- 
in-law James Mauleverer, and several "cousins." Sole executrix, his 
wife Alice. Proved at York 30 September 1614 ( York Registry). An 
inquisition was taken after his death at Otley, 8 September, 1 1 James 
L (1613), when it was declared he was seised in fee of the manor of 
Tong, 40 messuages, 2 water-mills, 300 acres of land, 80 of pasture, 
60 of wood, 300 of moor, and 40' rent in Tong and Holme, and of 
the advowson of the church of Tong, with the tithe of grain, corn, and garb in Tong and Holme. 
Being so seised, by deed dated 10 July 16 13, he demised the manor house of Tong Hall and two 
water mills with the demesne lands to William Hartley of Bramhope, gent, and Richard Pollard 
of Tong, yeoman, for payment of his debts and for the portions of his younger children, Christo- 
pher, Henry, " Heleanor," Beatrice, and Elizabeth Tempest, for 1 1 years at £6 rent, and by 
indenture of the same date he demised the tithes of Tong for 21 year's for the same uses. He 
died 17 August 1613, his heir being his son John Tempest, 
aged II years and 12 days. Alice, the widow, and the 
younger children named in his will, being alive when the 
inquisition was taken {Chancery Inq. p.m., 11 James, 
part 2, No. g4). He was bur. at Tong 17 August 1613 
( Tong Parish Register). 



I^^ltntft^^ 



Signa 



: dated 7 April 1612. 



Thomas Tempest, bapt. at Tong 27 October 1572 {Tong Parish Register). Did this Thomas 
leave issue ? 

Beatrix ; in 1556 she joined her parents in a fine of land in Boiling {Yorkshire Fines, part i, 
page igi). She married in 1563, William Thornton of Tyersall, co. York. Covenants of her 
marriage are dated i October, 5 Eliz. (1563) ; the marriage was to take place before 30 November 
ensuing. WiUiam Thornton undertook to settle Tyersall Hall upon Beatrice for life, Henry and 
Ellen Tempest giving her a portion of ;i^ioo, and agreeing to keep in board, lodging, &c., the 
couple for a year {orig. at Tong i8Sg). She had a son Tempest Thornton, bapt. at Calverley 
20 February 1574 {Calverley Parish Register), and one named Richard Thornton, mentioned in 
the will of his uncle, Walter Tempest, 1606. William Thornton was buried at Tong in November 
1579 {Tong Parish Register). Beatrice married 2ndly, before 1591, to William Shirtcliffe; she 
is named as his wife in both her parents' wills. 

Margaret, bapt. at Tong 17 November 1553 {Tong Parish Register); married there 26 September 
1575, John Gascoigne {Ibid.). An undated bond for the performance of covenants from WiUiam 
Gascoigne of Thorpe-on-the-Hill to her father Henry Tempest, for certain covenants touching a 
• marriage had between John Gascoigne, the son and heir of said Will : Gascoigne, and Margaret, 
daughter of said Henry Tempest {orig. at Tong i88g). Eliz : Gascoigne, her daughter, buried at 
Tong in October 1576, and Anne, another daughter, bapt. there April 1578, and buried 2 August 
1578 {Tong Parish Register). Not named in either of her parents' wills. 

Anne, wife of Robert Nicholls of Paternoster Row, London, gent, and had a son Tempest 
Nicholls, and a daughter Grace {vide Robert Nicholls' will 3 January 158I, in which he speaks of 
brother-in-law Richard Tempest \^P. C. C, 36 Roive] ). 



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Dorothy, married before 1607 to Michael Gledhill of Barkisland. As Dorothy Helena, bapt. 
Gledhill (or Gleadhill), she was sole executrix to her father's will in 1607. 19 March i58|- 
It appears, from an award, dated 18 January i6i|, between herself, her {Tong Parish 
husband, and her brother Richard Tempest, that her father gave her the Register). 
manor of Stothill, alias Newbigging, in CoUinghead. By the award it was 
decided she had title to this manor, and Richard Tempest, her brother, was 
directed to make proper assurance of it to her and her husband before 
Easter 161 3 {orig. at Tong). She is named in her brother's will 16 August 1613. 



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John Tempest of Tong; bapt. at Tong 8 August 1602: 
{Tong Parish Register). He was found to be heir to 
his father Richard Tempest in 1613, aged 1 1 years {his 
father^ s Inq. p.m.). By deed dated 29 October, 11 
James I., 16 13, his mother, AHce Tempest, widow, 
purchased, for ;,^2oo from the King, the wardship and 
marriage of her son John Tempest, son and heir of 
Richard Tempest {orig. at Tong iSSq). Married in 
February i6|^. An inquisition was taken after his 
death at Bradford, 28 August, 21 James I. (1623), 
when it was declared he died a minor in the King's 
hands, that he was seised in fee of the manor of Tong, 
two water-mills, 40* rent, &c., in Tong and Holme, and 
of the advowson of Tong Free Chapel, and the tithes 
in Tong and Holme. He died 13 May 1623, his heir 
being his son Henry Tempest, aged i year, 7 months, 
and 26 days at his father's death. Katherine his widow, 
also Alice his mother, were living when his Inq. p.m. 
was taken {Chancery Inq. p.m., 21 James I., part 2, No. 
26). He was buried at Tong the 14 May 1623 {Tong 
Parish Register). 

17 



=Katherine, 4th dau. of Robert Ducken- 
field of Duckenfield, co. Chester, by 
Jane his wife, elder dau. and coheir of 
Richard Holland of Denton, co. Lane. 
{Cheshire Funeral Ce?-tificates, L. and 
C. Soc, Vol. 6, page 74). She was 
bapt. at Stockport, co. Lane, in 1601, 
and marr. there in February i6|^. She 
marr. 2ndly in October 1623, the Rev. 
Henry Fairfax, Rector of Ashton-under- 
Lyne, D.D., also Rector of Bolton 
Percy, co. York, and died 3 months 
after marriage {Ormerod's " History of 
Cheshire," neiv edition. Vol. j, page 
818). She died 24 December 1623, her 
late husband, Henry Fairfax, having her 
jointure lands demised to him by the 
Court of Wards 10 February i62f, for 
the use of Henry Tempest, the King's 
ward {orig. at Tong i88g). 



Christopher Tempest, bapt. at Tong 12 January 1608 {Tong Parish Register).' 
The 7 April, 10 James I. (1612), his father, Richard Tempest, leased to him 
Raikes and Ryecroft in Tong for 80 years at 40^ rent for his better mainten- 
ance {orig. at Tongi88g). He is named in his father's will, 16 13, as one of the 
younger children for whom provision was made out of the demesne lands and 
tithes of Tong {his father's Inq.p.m.). Christopher Tempest of Tong, gent, 
was a party to a deed dated i July 1639, on behalf of his nephew, Henry 
Tempest of Tong, whilst a minor (orig. at Tong iSSg). His nephew, John 
Tempest, describing himself "of Raikes," by his will dated 5 April 1647, 
left him his "great Bible," &c., ;^8o which he owed to the same John Tempest, 
and made him residuary legatee and . 

co-exor (orig. will at Tong i8Sg). /TO ^U ^T^ p /[ 

Ahve 1666. He marr. istl^, Anne, (Ol^jMtyr'f^y^^ir- 
\Yho w.^s bur. at Ton" 27 July 16-58 ,... , 



(Tong Parish Register). 



Signature dated 24 November 1655. 



=Alice, married 
about 1638. She 
was left by her hus- 
band's nephew, 
John Tempest of 
Raikes, 1647, all 
his linen and bed- 
ding. "JVP^Alis 
Tempest bur. at 
Tong 9 Septem- 
ber 1678 " (Tong 
Parish Register). 



Richard Tempest, eldest son, bapt.=j=Anne Margeryson, 

16 February 163J; bur. at Tong marr. at Calverley 

17 February 1687 (Tong Parish I 27 November 1654 
Register). Held a farm in Tong 1666 (Calverley Parish 
(see Marsett : of Sir John Tempest). Register). 



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Anne, bur. at Tong 28 Anne, bapt. at Tong 13 

July 1673 (To}ig Parish Jan. 167* (To?tg Parish 

Register). Register). 

John Tempest, bur. at Helen, bur. at Tong 23 

Tong in August 1673 (71^ «^ Jan. i68|- (Tong Parish 

Parish Register). Register). 



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Robert Tempest, bapt. at Tong 12 
April 1629 (Tong Parish Register). 

Elizabeth, bapt. at Tong 27 March 
1631 ; bur. there 6 May 1639 (Tong 
Parish Register). 

Anne, bapt. at Tong 11 March 1634; 
bur. there 9 March 163I (Tong 
Parish Register). 

Henry Tempest, bapt. at Tong 22 
June 1637 (Tong Parish Register). 



Henry Tempest of Tong ; bapt. at Tong 1 1 September=j=Mary, dau. of Nicholas BuLhall of 
1 62 1 (Tong Parish Register). By lease dated 10 Feb- | Bagdale Hall, co. York, by Dorothy 

his wife, dau. of Sir Henry Cholmeley of 
^___^ '&.o\hy,¥i.i-\X. (''Visitation of Yorkshi 



J'r.^^i/r/a^^^_^ ^Z^. 



ruary 162I, the Court of Wards granted to Henry Fairfax, 

Signature to a bond dated S January 165 1. 

Clerk, two parts of two parts of the lands of the late 
John Tempest, deceased, in Tong for the use of Henry 
Tempest, eldest son and heir of the same John, a ward 
of the King. The lease was confirmed under the Great 
Seal 18 March, 22 James I. (i62i) (orig. at Tong iSSg). 
In 1638 he was admitted to Gray's Inn (Foster's " Gray's 
Inn Register"). He marr. at Tong 22 March 163I 
(Tong Parish Register). The i July 1639, Henry 
Fairfax of Ashton-under-Lyne, Clerk, agrees with Chris- 
topher Tempest of Tong, gent, and others, to allow 
Henry Tempest, his ward, certain parts of the lands, 
tenements, &c., in Tong and elsewhere, belonging to his 
ward for the maintenance of the same Henry Tempest and Mary his wife until he should 
accomplish the full age of 21 years in 1642. Henry Fairfax to hold the rest of the estates 



16 1 J, subject. Bus/tail of Whitby, ^'c.) 
Marr. 22 March 163I (Tong Parish 
Register). " She was sister to Captain 
Browne Bushall the seaman who was 
executed by Cromwell for his loyalty" 
(see a pedigre penes Garter A. Wood 
iSSg). She was dead when her hus- 
band made his will 3 March 1658. 




Signature dated 14 April 1647. 



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Eleanor, bapt. at Tong 14 July 1600 {Tong Parish 
Register). Named in her father's will 1613. Marr. at 
Tong 4 June 1627, to John Allen; she was bur. at 
Tong 28 Aug. 1632 {Tong Parish Register). 

Beatrice, bapt. at Tong 3 July 1606 {Totig Parish 
Register). Named in her father's will 161 3. Marr. at 
Tong 12 Nov. 1628, to John Thompson (Tong Parish 
Register). Named in Henry Tempest's will 1657. 

Elizabeth, bapt. at Tong 10 Oct. 1609 (Tong Parish 
Register). Namedinherfather'swill 1613. Marr.atTong 
14 Aug. 1632, to John Home {Tong Parish Register). 



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Henry Tempest, bapt. at Tong 28 May 
1 60 1 ( Tong Parish Register) ; died young. 

James Tempest, bapt. at Tong 24 July, 
bur. there 26 July 1603 {Tong Parish 
Register). _ 

Richard Tempest, bapt. at Tong 23 June, 
bur. there 3 August 1605 {Tong Parish 
Register). 

Richard Tempest, bapt. at Tong 17 
September 1607, bur. there 18 May 
1608 {To ?ig Parish Register). 



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James Tempest, bapt. 21 January 1640 {Tong Parish Register). Query, Named in his brother 
Christopher Tempest's will 1692, executor to his nephew Stephen Tempest 1693, and had a son 
(or was) of Whitechapel, London. Will dated 16 February 173X, proved by Ehzabeth the wife 
and Henry Tempest the son, in April 1731 {P.C.C.) 



until that date {orig. at Tong i88g). He was one of the gentlemen of Yorkshire who signed 
at York, 13 May 1642, a protest addressed to King Charles, in which they refused to provide 
him with a guard of horse {Hentley's "Account of Malham," ij86, appendix III., page 21). He 
succeeded Sir Henry Cholmeley of Newton Grange, in the command of a Regiment of 
Train Band in 1645 {He?iry Tempest's memo, book i6jg, at Tong i88g). The 25 January 164!, 
he was sworn a J. P. for the North Riding of co. York by Mr. Holborne at York {Ibid.) "The 
12"^ day of July Ann : Dom : 1654 Henrie Tempest Esq''* was chosen one of the Kn'^ of the 
Shire in the Castle Yard at York" {Ibid.). At Trinity Term 1654, a fine was levied between Sir 
Thomas Widdrington, Knt., Serjeant-at-Law, Sir Henry Cholmeley, Knt., Henry Arthington, and 
John Stanhope, plaintiffs, and Henry Tempest, deforciant, of 1 1 messuages, 200 acres of land, 
20 acres of meadow, 120 acres of pasture, 150 acres of wood, with common of pasture, turbary, 
&c., in Tonge, Holme, and Scolebrooke. Enrolled 26 May 1654 {orig. at Tong i88g). In 
August 1656, he was "the second time chosen one of the knights of the shire for the county of 
York {Henry Tempest's tnemo. book). He sat as Member till 165 . He is named in the Ordi- 
nance of Parliament for raising forces under Lord Fairfax in 16 . . {Hentley's "■ Account of Malham," 
appendix III, pages 32 and i Jo). At Trinity Term 1658, Henry Tempest was plaintiff against 
John and Edward .^.rmitage, gents, deforciants, of i messuage, i cottage, 40 acres of land, 10 of 
meadow, 40 of pasture, 4 of wood in Tong, for which ^100 was paid {orig. at Tong i88g). His 
will is dated 3 March 165^, in which he names his aunt Bettrice (Thompson) and his children, 
and John, Nicholas, and Marie Tempest. He leaves the tuition of his children to his " dear friend 
kinsman Sir Henry Chomeley, K"'." The will was 
proved in Londoner May 1659, by Thomas Rawson 
and Gervase Browne {P.C.C). He is stated in 
" Dugdale's Visitation of Yorkshire, 1666," to have jTSt^ / U ) 
died in 1657, but he signed an indenture between him- 
self and Thomas Rawson 25 December 1658 {orig. at Signature dated 7 October 1652. 
Tong i88g). Portrait supposed to be of him at Tong Hall. 




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Henry Tempest, eldest son, born at Whitby ; 
bapt. I January 1640 ; bur. at Tong 24 May 
165 1 {Tong Parish Register). 

Richard Tempest, bur. at Tong 18 November 
1646 {Tong Parish Register). 



Richard Tempest, bapt. i June 1647 {^ong 
Parish Register) ; died in London 5 De- 
cember 1677, and lies bur. in "Panendge" 
(St. Pancras) Church {vellum note book, 
once Sir Henry Cholmeley' s, then Sir John 
Tempest's, at Tong i88g). 



Henry Tempest, bapt. at Tong ii March i5i? {Tong Parish 7?<y/j-/'<'r).=^Elizabeth Browne, 
He is named in his nephew John Tempest's will 1647, also in his father's | marr. at Tong 11 
1613 ; he resided at Tong, and his children are entered in the Parish June 1637 ; bur. 
Register as the children of " M"' Henry Tempest." He was bur. at Tong : there 2 August 
6 October 16S6 {Tong Parish Register). I 1671 {Tong Parish 

\ Register). 



Sarah, bapt. at Tong 23 May 1638 ; bur. there 15 March 
1639 {Tong Parish Register). 

John Tempest, bapt. at Tong 4 December 1639 {Tong 
Parish Register). 

Christopher Tempest, bapt. at Tong 15 September 1641 ; 
bur. there 6 November 1675 {Tong Parish Register). 



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Mary, bapt. at Tong 22 September 
1642; bur. there 18 January 1695 
( Tong Parish Register). 



Elizabeth, bapt. at Tong 1 1 October 
1634; bur. there 21 February 164I- 
{Tong Parish Register). 



I 
Christopher Tempest, bapt. at Tong 22 September i642=j=Isabella, named in her husband's 



{Tong Parish Register). Query, ^^'ent to London and became 
a Citizen Butcher there; made his will 6 December 1692, 
names wife Isabel, son Stephen Tempest, dau. Elizabeth, wife 
of John Dates, &c., John Tempest, supervisor. Will proved 
by Stephen Tempest, the son, 7 February 169I. {P.C.C.) 



will 1692 ; her will dated of St. 
Mary's, Whitechapel, 1707, names 
brother-in-law, James Tempest, 
and brother Henry Short, proved 
14 May 1707 {P.C.C). 



John, 2nd son, bapt. at Tong 11 February i62f {Tong Parish Register). By lease dated 12 
February i62f, Robert Duckenfield was demised by the Court of Wards one-third of two parts 
of the lands of the late John Tempest which late were in the tenure of Katherine, late wife of 
the said John, deceased, and afterwards wife of Henry Fairfax, Clerk, to which she was entitled 
for life as dower, she being likewise deceased 25 December 1623, namely, the third part of two 
parts of the manor of Tong with appurtenances, and of the tithes of grain, &c., in Tong and 
Holme, to be held by Robert Duckenfield for the use of John Tempest during the minority of 
his elder brother Henry Tempest, the King's ward, at a rent of ^12 yearly (orig. at Tong 
jS8g). John Tempest made his will 5 April 1647, describing himself " of Raikes " (he probably 
lived there with his uncle Christopher Tempest). He left his brother Henry Tempest ^So, 
legacies to his uncle Henry Tempest, his 
aunt Alice, wife of Christopher Tempest, ^^ 

&c., and all else to his uncle Christopher ' \f\~n/Y^ //^^'^^ ■-]<» r? y - 

Tempest, making him co-exor and sole ^ I J ^/ i_ ^-^'^'^'^l-'iy^f 
residuary legatee. He was bur. at Tong 
9 April 1647 {Tong Parish Register). 




Nicholas Tempest, bapt. at Tong i August 1649 {Tong Parish Register). At Easter 1674, 
Emma Weddejl, widow, recovered a debt of ^^200 against Sir John Tempest Bart., and Nicholas 
Tempest, gent, of Tong, and 3 July 1674 they released to widow Weddell all error upon the 
warrant of attorney (^^4". at Tong). He witnessed the marriage articles of his nephew Henry 
Tempest, leS^r {orig. at Tong 1SS9). On 9 March 169-I, being then of "Wakefield," he bought 
of Caleb Askwith the farm called " Pollards " in Tong, 
selling a cottage of the same in 1705, and the rest of the 
farm 6 December 17 10, to Sir George Tempest of Tong, 
Bart. (^^4''. at Tong i8Sg). He was living at York i 7 1 2 
(G. Wood's pedigree of Tempest). His brother Pierce 
Tempest named him in his will 1717 {P.C.C). Buried 
at Tong 19 July 1720 {Tong Parish Register). 



C^(U.:CU 



Signature dated 3 July 



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Henry Tempest,^Martha Morris, Thomas Tempest, bapt. at Tong 20=^Elizabeth Thornbank, 



bapt. at Tong 
13 March 1644 
{Tong Parish 
Register). 



marr. at Tong 
17 Nov. 1686; 
bur. there 30 
Sept. 1 7 1 1 ( Tong 



Parish 
ter). 



Regis- 



Sept. 1653 {Tong Parish Register). 
Query, Did this Thomas become a 
farmer or husbandman at Tong, as 
Thomas Tempest, husbandman, was 
bur. at Tong 15 May 1740 {Tong 
Parish Register). He marr. istly, 
Susan, who was bur. at Tong 11 
Sept. i6()4 {Tong Parish Register), 
and 3rdly at Tong 11 June 1707. 
Alice Wade, who was bur. there 2 1 
June 1727 {Tong Parish Register). 



marr. at Tong 12 
October 1697 ; bur. 
there 11 April 1707 
{Tong Parish Regis- 
ter). 2nd wife. 



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John Tempest, bapt. 8 April Hannah, bapt 

1688 ; bur. at Tong 21 August 25 February 

1 7 1 1 {Tong Parish Register). Parish Regis tt 



I 
Tong Mary, bapt. at Tong 30 April, 
699 {Tong bur. there 30 May 1704 {Tong 
'er). Parish Register). 



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Thomas Tempest, bapt. at Tong 14 July 1644 {Tong 
Parish Register). 

John Tempest, bapt. at Tong 30 March 164^ {Tong 
Parish Register). Query, Is he the uncle Tempest, 
with wife Mary, named in Stephen Tempest's will 
1693. Mary, wife of John Tempest, bur. at Tong 
30 June 1700. John Tempest bur. there 21 August 
1 7 1 1 ( Tong Parish Register). 



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Stephen Tempest, bapt. at Tong 25 June 
1648; bur. there 15 March i6|^ {^ong 
Parish Register). 

Elizabeth, bapt. 15 August 1639 {Tong 
Parish Register). Query, Aunt Elizabeth 
Tempest named in Stephen Tempest's 
will 1693. 



Stephen Tempest of Aldgate, Cutler, execu- 
tor to the will of his father Christopher 
Tempest 1692. His will was proved 31 
August 1693, by his "uncle James Tem- 
pest" and aunt Elizabeth Tempest. He 
names in his will his sister Elizabeth, wife 
of Joshua Gates, and their children, and 
his sister Anne, wife of John Streete, and 
their children, uncle John and aunt Mary 
Tempest, uncle James Tempest and aunt 
Elizabeth Tempest, &c. {P.C.C). 



Elizabeth, married to 
Joshua Gates of King- 
ston, CO. Surrey, tanner. 
Named in her father's, 
will 1692, and in her 
brother's 1693; her chil- 
dren are also named in 
the will of Isabella 
Tempest, widow, 1707 
{P.C.C). 



I 
Anne, married to John 
Streete. Named in the 
will of her father 1692, 
and her brother Ste- 
phen 1693 ; her children 
are also named, and in 
the will of Isabella 
Tempest, widow, 1707 
{P.C.C). 



Piers Tempest, bapt. at Tong 9 July 1653 {Tong Parish Register) called Percy in the pedigree at 
Dugdale's Visitation, 1666. Went to London and became a bookseller, living in the Strand, 
next door to the Eagle and Child, in August 1692 {Gent's Magazine, Vol. 54, page J2q). He 
died I April 1717, his will being dated 20 February i7i|. He desired his brother Nicholas 
Tempest to superintend the education, &:c., of his only child and illegitimate son, George 
Tempest, which Richard Tempest, writing from Yorkshire, declined to do'. The will was proved 
25 April 17 1 7, by Hannah Williams the mother and guardian lawfully assigned to George 
Tempest, the executor, until he attained 17 years. Piers Tempest was at that date described of 
St. Pauls, Covent Garden {P. C C). This George was probably the father of Pierce Tempest, also 
a bookseller in Holborn, who was a bankrupt in 1774 {Gent's Magazine, Vol. 48, page 440) and 
died in H.M. Stationery Office 25 March 180 1 {Ibid, Vol. 71, page 278). Portrait at Tong Hall. 



Richard Tempest, bapt. at Tong 
become a carpenter at Tong. 
Register). The issue of Richard 



9 June 1647 {Tong Parish Register). Query, Did this Richard 
Married at Tong 29 June 1689, Martha Green {Tong Parish 
Tempest, joiner or carpenter, are registered at Tong as =;= 



MM 

Martha, bapt. at Tottg 14 May 
1690; bur. there 10 January 
1718 {Tong Parish Register). 

Ellen, bapt. at Tong 16 No- 
vember 1 69 1 {Tong Parish 
Register). 

Christopher Tempest; bapt. at 
Tong 13 September 1693 {Tong 
Parish Register). 

Anne, bapt. at Tong 17 No- 
vember 1695 {Tong Parish 
Register). 



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Mercy, bapt. at Tong 26 October 
1697 {Tong Parish Register). 

James Tempest, bapt. at Tong 9 De- 
cember 1699; bur. there 29 June 
1 700 {Tong Parish Register). 

Mary, bapt. at Tong 4 May 1701 
{Tong Parish Register). 

Hannah, bapt. at Tong 24 June 
1705 {Tong Parish Register). 

Martha, bapt. 18 January 170^ 
{Tong Parish Register). 



Richard Tempest, bapt. 
at Tong 22 October 
1 701 {Tong Parish 
Register). 

Elizabeth, bapt. at Tong 
6 April, bur. there 16 
November 17 13 {Tong 
Parish Register). 

Elizabeth, bapt. at Tong 
22 April 1715 {Tong 
Parish Register). 



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John Tempest, supposed son of Richard Tempest and Martha Green, bapt. at Tong 18 May 
1703. Query, Did this John become a small landowner at Adwalton, and die in 1756. Adfnon 
of the goods of John Tempest of Adwalton (about a mile and-a-half from Tong) granted to Anne, 
his relict, 21 July 1756 ( York). He married Anne, who was executrix to his will 1756 {Y.P.C.) 
John Tempest (supposed son of John and Anne Tempest) of Adwalton, yeoman (will dated 23 June 
1792, proved 15 January 1795 [i'/'.C]), leaves his lands in Tong to his nephew John Tempest. 
A sister of John Tempest had a daughter Nancy named Barraclough in 1792. William Tempest 
(supposed son of John and Anne Tempest) of Adwalton, clothier (will dated 14 December 1786, 
proved 28 .August 1787 [Y.P.CI]), married Elizabeth, being named in his will 1786. They had 
issue John Tempest of Adwalton, )-eo8ian (will dated 1792, proved 15 January 1795 [^'-^•^■])) 
leaves his land in Tong to his nephew John Tempest. Isaac Tempest, named in father's will ; 
William and Sarah Tempest, both named in father's wills, 1786 and 1792. 



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Catherine, born at Newton 4 January, 
bapt. 6 January i6y^ ; bur. at Tong 18 
January i64| {Tong Parish Register). 

Dorothy, died young, bur. at Tong 13 
July 1643 {Tong Parish Register). 

Mar)', bapt. at Tong 9 July 1651 {Tong 
Parish Register) ; married before Sep- 
tember 1666, to William Rogers of Wood- 
house, near Malton, co. York {Dugdales 
"Visitation of Yorkshire.") 

Eleanor, bapt. at Tong 29 January 1650 
{Tong Parish Register); died unmarried 
before 1666 {Dugdaie's "Visitation of 
Yorkshire^'' subject. Tempest of Tong). 



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Annabella, bapt. at Tong i April 1652 {Tong 
Parish Register) ; married at Oswaldkirk 1 3 June 
1675, to Roger Shackleton, Lord Mayor of York 
in 169S. Her daughter, Annabella Shackleton, mar- 
ried at York Minster 18 February i7oi, to Francis 
Blunt of Newton Garth, merchant ( York A. and 
T. Society fournal. Vol. 2, page 126, York Minster 
Mark I Register). 



qyi^z/icckmc "ZJ^mfteS^ 



Sir John Tempest of Tong, Bart, born in 1645, eldest= 
surviving son at his father's death, aged 21 years, when 
he entered his pedigree at the Visitation of Yorkshire 
12 September 1666, Dugdale allowing his arms: 
"Quarterly of eight ; (i) Argent a bend between six 
martlets sable, a crescent for difference; (2) A bend 
ermine ; (3) Ermine, five fusils in fess ; (4) An ines- 
cutcheon within an orle of martlets; (5) A fox's head 
erased between three bugle horns ; (6) A bend cotised 
between six martlets ; (7) Two lions passant in pale ; 
(8) On a bend three owls. Crest: A griffin's head 
erased, a crescent for difference {Dugdale' s " Visitation 
of Yorkshire" 1666, Surtees Soc. PuL). The arms are 
for (i) Tempest; (2) Rye; (3) Hebden; (4) Bowling; 
(5) appears to have been the Bradford arms, to which 
the Tempests of Tong had no title; (6) Tong; 
(7) Mirfield ; and (8) Savile. John Tempest of Tong 
was created a Baronet 26 May 1664 {Burke's "Ex- 
tinct Baronetage.") Married about 1664. By deed 
dated 23 May 1666, Sir John Tempest and Dame 
Henrietta his wife, in consideration of her marriage 
portion of 1,500 pounds, convey the manor of Tong, 
&c., to trustees for various uses and for its settlement 
{orig. at Tong iSSg). The 3 July 1674 he and his 
brother Nicholas gave to Emma Weddell, widow, a 
release upon a certain judgment for debt (orig. at 
Tong iSSg). The 26 January 1681, calling himself of 
"Newton Grange," Sir John signed agreements with 
Sir Henry Thompson of Marston, co. York, Knt., for 
the marriage of his son and heir, Henry Tempest, with 
Alathea, dau. of Sir Henry Thompson {prig, at Tong 
i8Sg). He signed the post nuptual settlements 27 
March, 34 Charles H., i68i {orig. at Tong). He 
died 23 June, and was bur. at Tong 26 June 1693 
{Tong Parish Register). Portrait at Tong. 

Siyn.iliire d.ited 3 July 1674. 




=Henrietta (called Henrietta Katherina in one 
or two old pedigrees, but not so entered by her 
father) dau. and eventual heir of Sir Henry 
Cholmciey of Newton Grange in the parish of 







Oswaldkirk, co. York, Knt. (an eminent 
parliamentarian lawyer), by Katherine his wife, 
dau. of Robert Stapylton of VVighill, and relict 
of Sir George Twisden of Burley, Bart., and 
great-granddaughter of Sir William Mallory of 
Studley. She was born at Cumberland House 
on Clerkenwell Green, London, 24 May 1645 
{vellum note-book belonging to Sir Henry Cholme- 
ley and then to Sir John Tempest at Tong i88g). 
Married before January 166*, when her father 
names her in his will and leaves a diamond 
Jewell case to be sold to pay her portion, also 
a gilt salver, &c. {orig. at Tong i88g). By 
the will of her mother Lady Cholmeley 12 
March 1671, a deed dated 4 September 1668 
is quoted, which settled upon Dame Henrietta 
Tempest, and her younger sons, lands in 
Stocton and Stocton-on-Moor, &c. {orig. at 
Tong i8Sg). Her brother Richard Cholmeley 
l)eing dead and bur. at Newton Grange before 
June 1672, and her brother Hugh Cholmeley 
dying at York 7 January 1674, without issue, 
she, under settlements made by her father and 
mother, 13 December 1661, inherited the West 
NewtonGrangeEstateofabout i,3ooacres(or/o-. 
at Tong i88g). She died in London 25 June 
1680, and lies buried in her own chapel at New- 
ton Grange by her mother and brothers Richard 
and Hugh Cholmeley {vellum book at Tong). 



Henry Tempest, eldest son,= 
born at Newton 22 Aug. 1666 
{vellum memo, book at Tong 
i8Sg) ; aged 3 weeks when 
his father entered his pedigree 
at Dugdale's Visitations 12 
Sept. 1666. Articles on his 
marriage with Alathea Thomp- 
son signed 26 Jan. 1681, she 
having a portion of ^3,000. 
A rent charge of ;^2oo a year 
was settled upon Henry Tem- 
pest and his wife absolutely. 
The post nuptial settlements 
are dated 2 7 March 1 68 J- {orig. 
at Tong 18S9). He d'ied in 
London 17 Nov. 1685, and 
was bur. in the church of St. 
Clements in theStrand {vellum 
memo, book at Tong i88gi). 




=Alathea,dau.ofSir Henry Thompson, Knt., of Marston, co.York; marr. 
between 26 Jan. and 27 March i68|. She marr. 2ndly, Charles Allan- 
son. She was sole heir to her daughter Henrietta Tempest, being granted 
administration of her goods 20 Jan. i7o|^, being then wife to Charles 
AUanson {P.C.C.). By this heirship she inherited Newton Grange estate 
{Letters, is^c, at Tong i88g). In one of Alexander Pope's letters he 
refers to " Mrs. Tempest as a credit to the Maker of Angels," and men- 
tions how he admired her so that Lord H ■ proposed that he (Pope) 

should marry her. The letter is without date, and he wrote some lines 
in her honour : 

Tempest ! that name sounds harsh upon my life 
And ominous who'd take her to his wife 
Alathea Tempest ! Oh that name's more sweet 
Heaven knew to temper Tempest as 'twas meet 
When Thea joyn'd to Tempest was agreed 
By th' omnipotent, and Goodness should succeed 
Exemplified in you we find it is 
The Masterpiece of Heaven's best artifice 
More perfect work I'm sure He could not show 
Admirers sure like me must own it so. 
If one that's more agreeable is found 
Then pound me into dust and strew the ground. 
Mr. Joseph Gillow (the compiler of the "Biographical Dictionary of 

English Catholics ") found these lines in an old Jl/S. book. , 



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George Tempest, born at Middle- John Tempest, born at Middle- 
ton in Wath 2 Nov. 1668 {vellum ton in Wath 3 Januarj' i6f§ 
book at Tong) ; bapt. at Wath, near {vellum book at Tong) ; bapt. at 
Ripen, 28 Nov. 1688 {U'atk Wath, near Ripon, 7 January 
Parish Hegister) ; died an infant. i6tt {Jl'ath Parish Register); 
died young. 



Katherine, born 19 July 
1673 {vellum book at 
Tong) : bapt. at St. Olave's, 
York, 24 July 1673 {St. 
Olave's Parish Register). 



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Alathea, bapt. Henrietta Susannah, bapt. at All Hallow's, Pavement Church, York, 26 

at the Belfrey's February i68| {Parish Register). To her memor)' was addressed A. Pope's 

Church, York, 4th Pastoral or " Daphne." She died of smail-pox on the night of the great 

14 December storm, Saturday, 27 November 1703 {>iote to 4th Pastoral, Pope's Works, ij66, 

1684 {Parish Vol. I, page jS). Administration of her goods granted to Alathea Allanson, 

Register) ; died wife of Charles Allanson, her mother and natural heir, of St. Andrew's, 

unmarried. Holborn, 20 January i7of {P.C.C.). 



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Sir Henrj' Tempest of Tong, 3rd Bart., eldest son,= 
bom at Campsall i September 1696 {vellum book 
at Tong). By lease and release dated 15 and | 
16 October 1717, Henr}- Tempest joined his 
father, Sir George Tempest, in cutting off the entail 
of Tong, the recovery being suffered Michaelmas 
Term in the same year (orig. at Tong iSSg). By 
this act, which, it was said, was to have his debts 
paid, he lost the Tong estates. He is named in 
his fathers will, and last in the male entail of ; 
Tong. He married after 1 741. Died 9 November I 
iJSi (Gent.'s A/agazine, I'ol. 2J, page J40). \ 



=Maria, eldest dau. of Francis Holmes, 
younger son of Lord Holmes of the Isle of 
\\'ight {memo. Sir Henry Tempest in Beck- 
U'ith's pedigree at Tong), of Wegston, co. 
Leicester {Burke's '• E.xtinct Baronetage "), 
She died, aged 71, 15 Februar)' 1795 {Gent's 
Afagazine, Vol. 6j, part i, page 2jj). It is 
related of this lady that a beggarman whom 
she had assisted, when he died, left his 
savings of ;^2 0,000 (note from Sir Robert 
Tempest Tempest, 1885). 




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Signature dated 1717. 



Sir Henry Tempest of Tong. 4th Bart., born 13 Januar)- 1753= 
{IVotton's "Baronetage'') •. married in January 1791. Was High 
Sheriff for the county of Hereford 1799; being then described of 
" Caldwell ' {Gent.'s Magazine, Vol. 6g, part I, page 162). He lived 
apart from his wife for many years ; he makes no mention of her in 
his will. He owned Holly Lodge, Highgate, but sold it before his 
death {information from Sir Robert Tempest Tempest, i88j). He 
made his will in February 1815, describing himself of "Tong, co. 
York, and of Thorpe House, in the parish of Thorpe, co. Surrey." He 
left nearly the whole of his property to Ellen Tempest, daughter of 
Airs. Sarah Graham, which Ellen married George Hicks. Mrs. Sarah 
Graham was one of the daughters of Mrs. Dawes, sister to Sir Henry 
Tempest's mother; as executrix, she made affidavit, when proving the 
will, that Sir Henry Tempest died suddenly the night of the 28th, or 
very early in the morning of the 29th Januarj' 1819. The will was 
proved in London 27 Februarj- 1819 {P.C.C.). With the death of Sir 
Henr)' Tempest without male issue (his cousin, John Tempest of 
Tong, also died without issue in 1786), the Baronetcy of Tempest of 
Tong expired, the male line is doubtless carried on by some of the 
descendants of Christopher and Henry, the sons of Richard Tem- 
pest, by Alice Mauleverer, though not yet traced. Portrait at Tong 
Hall. ^^ 



=Susannah Pritchard, only 
dau. of Henry Lambert of 
Hope End, co. Hereford, 
and granddaughter and sole 
heiress of George Pritchard 
of Hope End, near Led- 
bury ; married 24 January 
1 79 1 {Gent's Magazine, 
Vol. 61, page 88). Her will 
is dated 6 August 1817, ad- 
ministration of her goods 
being granted 12 February 
1825, to Thomas Leasing- 
ham, father of Jane 
Leasingham, a minor, the 
legatee, a further adminis- 
tration being granted 16 
August 1833, to Mary 
Bailey, heretofore Leasing- 
ham, sister to the said 
Jane. Lady Tempest is 
described of Shrubbs Hill, 
in the parish of St. Mar- 
tin's, Worcester, when she 
died {P.C.C). 



Henrietta, born lo April 1675 {vellum book at Tang); bapt. at the Belfrey Church, York, 15 
April 1675 (Parish Register); married at York Minster 10 October 1699, to Ferdinando Latus of 
The Beck, Milium, co. Cumberland, and had two daughters, one marrying Ferdinando 
Huddleston of Milium Castle, the other marring istly, Henry Fletcher of Curwen Hall, co. 
Cumberland, and 2ndly, William Blencowe of Lowick Hall, co. Lane, by whom she had a son 
George, named in Sir George Tempest's will 1744 {MS. pedigree at Tang, c^c). " M'^ Latus 
buried at Tong 9 NoV 1734" {Tong Parish Register). Ferdinando Latus was a member of 
Gray's Inn when he married ( York A. d^- T. S. Journal, Vol. 2, page iig). Portrait at Tong Hall. 



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Nicholas Tempest of Tong, 2nd son, born at Campsall 12 
May 1698 {vellum book at Tong) ; said to have been un- 
married in 1 741 ( Wotton's "Baronetage "). UTien the entail 
of the Tong estates was cut off in 1717, they were settled 
upon Nicholas Tempest, the 2nd son. His brothers writ- 
ing to him before 1755, ^'hen he married Eleanor Galley, 
"send their respects to his lady" [? wife] {Letters at Tong 
iSSgi). He is said to have become a Catholic. F'^ Edward 
Anthony Hatton, O.P., was chaplain to "M" Tempest at 
Tong from 1739 to 1752" {Gillow's " Cat/wlic Bible 
Dictionar}'," Vol. J, page i6j). He married Eleanor Galley 
18 August 1755, made his will 19 August, in which he left 
all he could to his wife, and died in September, being 
bur. at Tong 10 September 1755 {Tong Parish Register). 
His will was proved at York 25 October 1755. ( Y.P.C.). 
Probably died s.p. The Gent.'s 'Magazine {Vol 7; pages 
271 and J14) thus describes his ist marriage : "11 June 
1737 M'' Tempest, 2nd son to Sir George Tempest, 
Baronet, married M'^ Clifton, eldest daughter of L'^ 
Viscount Molyneux." N.B. — This marriage does not 
appear in the Molyneux pedigrees, and in Burke's works, 
Mary, eldest daughter of Richard Lord Molyneux, married 
2ndly, William Anderton. Nicholas Tempest married as his 
2nd wife, at Tong 18 August 1755 {Tong Parish Register), 
Eleanor, dau. of . . . Galley of Heworth, co. Durham. 
She and her sisters, the Miss Galleys, are named in Nicholas 
Tempest's will 1755. She was li\ing at Dockham Hall, 
CO. Durham, after her husband's death {papers at Tong 
i88g). Portrait of Nicliolas Tempest at Tong Hall. 

Rev. Robert Tempest, 4th son, born at York 16 January 
1 7o| [I'ellum book and Belfrey Register). He was a clergy- 
man of the Church of England, and was Incumbent of 
Arncliffe, near Sheffield, 1731-35 {Hunter's " Hallam- 
shire," new edition, page 4og). He was left land in Lady- 
thorpe parish of Fenwick, co. York, by his father Sir 
George Tempest. He made his will 24 April 1755, 
calling himself " late of Sheffield, Clerk," in which he left 
his property at Rookes, in the parish of HaUfax, to his 
brother John Tempest's widow Elizabeth and her children. 
The will was proved at York 20 February 1756 ( Y.P.C.). 
He died 29 December 1755. Portrait at Tong Hall. 




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Edward Tempest, 5 th son, born at 
York 21 November 1705; died 
there and bur. at Belfrey's Church, 
York, 17 January 170! {vellum book 
and Parish Register). 



Richard Tempest, 6th son, born in 
York 9 September, bapt. at Bel- 
frey's Church, York, 20 September 
1707 ; bur. there "on y' north side 
of y' Altar close to y= seat at y^ 
uper end by his B"' & Sister " 30 
September 1707 {vellum book a?id 
Parish Register). 



George Tempest, 7th son, bom at 
York 8 August (t'f//«;« book at Tong), 
bapt. at Belfrey's Church, York, 10 
August 1709 {Parish Register) : un- 
married in 1 741 ( Wotton's "Baronet- 
age," 1741). Named in his father's 
and mother's wills ; married Mary 
Sergeant of Uxbridge, co. Mid- 
dlesex (a memo, at Tong), by 
w-hom he had issue an only child 
Anne, who was left ;!^2oo by her 
grandmother Lady Tempest, 6 No- 
vember 1645, and died unmarried 
in 1776 {memo, at Tong i88q). 
George Tempest died in 1776, both 
were buried at Hillsdon, near Ux- 
bridge. 




Signature dated 174 



Sir George Tempest of Tong, 2nd Bart.; born 22= 
May 1672, bapt. privately the same day, and re- 
ceived into the Church at the Belfrey Church, 
York {Parish Register). By deed dated 12 and 
13 October 1694, Sir George Tempest, in conse- 
quence of his contemplated marriage with Anne, 
only dau. and heir of Edward Franlc of Campsall, 
settles the manor of Tong, &c., in failure of his 
own male heirs the estates were to pass to Nicho- 
las Tempest, brother to Sir John Tempest, late 
father to Sir George Tempest, and his heirs male, in 
failure to Pearce Tempest, youngest brother of 
the said Nicholas Tempest, or his heirs male, and 
for default to the right heirs of Sir George Tempest 
{orig. at Tong i88g). In December 17 10 he pur- 
chased Pollard's farm in Tong from his uncle 
Nicholas Tempest {orig. at Tong iSSg). In 1717 
his eldest son Henry Tempest Joined him in 
cutting off the entail of Tong, &c. {orig. at Tong 
i88g). Sir George Tempest rebuilt Tong Hall in 
1702, as an inscription on the house, quoted by 
\\'otton in his Baronetage 1741, shows a view of 
the house thus erected, was drawn by S. Kip, and 
published by Thomas Bowles 17 . . Sir George 
Tempest made his will 15 August 1744, i" which 
he entails his Ladythorpe estates in the parish of 
Fenwick on his son Robert Tempest, and in 
failure on George Tempest. Tong Hall, with all 
its estate, the advowsons, &c., on his 2nd son 
Nicholas Tempest and his heirs male, for default 
on his sons John, Robert, George, and Henry 
Tempest, in entail male, with remainders over. 
The will with two codicils was proved at York 7 
June 1755, by Nicholas Tempest, the son and sole 
exor {Y.P.C.). Sir George Tempest was bur. at 
Tong II October 1745 {Tong Parish Register). 
Portrait at Tong Hall. 




^Anne, only dau. of Edward Frank, formerly 

Signature to deed dated 1678. 
Edward Ashton (son of Edward Ashton by 



Signature to his will dated i Nov. 1672. 

Anne Frank his wife) of Campsall, co. York, 
by Anne, dau. of John Pelham of Hull, 
mentioned as the son of Peregrine Pelham, 
Mayor of Hull, an eminent parliamentarian 
( Yorkshire Archaological Society and Hull 
Letters, iSSg). Her marriage articles are 
dated 12 and 13 October 1694 {orig. at 
Tong i88g) ; married in October 1694. 
Edward Frank bought the manor, &:c., of 
Ladythorpe Hall in the parish of Norton and 
Fenwick, co. York, 1691, of Tobiah Harvey 
{orig. at Tong i88g), which in October 1694 
he settled on his daughter Anne on her mar- 
riage {orig. at Tong). She also had premises 
in Campsall, Sutton and Askern, settled on 
her 19 IJecember 1695. She was admitted 
to lands under the custom of the copy- 
holds, Tanshelf Manor, late her father's 
{orig. at Tong). She made her will of 
"Pontefract" 6 November 1745- She 
leaves ^^o to the County Hospital at 
York, names several of her grandchildren, 
and makes her son Robert Tempest, Clerk, 
sole exor and residuary legatee. The will 
proved at York, by Robert Tempest, 29 
January 1 746 ( Y.P.C.). Buried at Tong 13 
January 1 746 {Tong Parish Register). Por- 
'trait at Tong Hall. 



Edward Tempest, 8th son, born 8 May, Anne, eldest dau., born at Campsall, Sunday, 28 July 
bapt. at Tong 9 May 1714; bur. there 1695 : died at York 30 May 1699, and lies bur. in 
8 June 1732 {Tong Parish Register). Campsall Church, near her grandfather Edward Frank 

{vellum book at Tong). 



Henrietta, 2nd daughter, born at York 21 October 1700 
{vellum hook at Toiig). A portrait of her preserved at 
Tong Hall, by Kneller. She is said to have been shut 
up by her father, who refused his consent for her marriage 
to the Duke of Wharton, and died of a broken heart ; bur. 
at Tong 7 January 17!^ {Tong Parish Register). Portrait 
at Tong Hall. 



Anne, 3rd daughter, born at York 
22 June, bapt. at Belfrey's Church, 
York, 25 June, died 7 July, and 
bur. at Belfrey's Church, York, 9 
July 1704 {vellum book and Parish 
Register). 



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John Tempest, 3rd son, born at York 3 December,= 
bapt. at Belfrey's Church, York, 31 December 1701 
(vellum book and Parish Register). In 1741 he 
was a Cornet in General Churchill's Dragoons 
{JFotton's "Baronetage"). He made his will 27 Feb- 
ruary 1749, then living at Nottingham. He names 
his daughters Elizabeth, Anne and Henrietta, his 
brother Nicholas Tempest, and brother-in-law M'' 
Michael Scrimshaw, an attorney at Pontefract, and 
others ; executrix, his wife Elizabeth. The will was 
proved at York 17 November 1755 (y-P-C.). He 
died 3 October, and was bur. at St. Peter's, Notting- 
ham, 6 October 1752 (St. Peter's Parish Register.) 
Portrait at Tong Hall. 

Signature dated 1749. 



'Elizabeth, daughter of John Scrimshaw of 
Colgreave, co. Notts ; married at Wroot, 
CO. Lincoln, 23 June 1737 ; described in 
marriage licence as "Anne Scrimshaw of 
Torsay," but a note in the Wroot Register 
corrects it ( Wroot Parish Register, extract 
made in 1836 by IV. Joseph Tempest). 
E.xecutrix to her husband's will in 1 749, 
and to her brother-in-law, Robert Tem- 
pest, in 1755. She made her will at 
Nottingham 4 June 1767 (V.P.C.). She 
died 3 July, and was bur. at St. Peter's, 
Nottingham, 8 July 1784 (St. Peter's 
Register). Portraits at Tong Hall. 



S^h/^^Jt' 



Signature dated 1749. 



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John Tempest of Tong, only son, born 25 September 1750 {St. Peter's Parish Register). He 
succeeded to the Tong Estates on the death of his uncle, Nicholas Tempest, under the will of 
his grandfather. Sir George Tempest. In 1773 he made several alterations to the house at 
Tong, raised the roof of the centre block, and added a story to each of the wings, also he threw 
out bow windows on the north side (information by Sir Robert Tempest Tempest, iSgo). He 
was a major in the Horse Guards, and died unmarried at Tong, being bur. there 6 January 1786 
(Gent's Magazine for 1786 and Tong Parish Register). Administration of his goods were 
granted to his sisters and next of kin, Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Plumbe, Anne, wife of the ReV^ 
Nathan Haines, and Henrietta Tempest, 10 October 1786 ( Ki'.C). Portraits and Miniatures 
at Tong Hall. 






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Mary, died 
an infant. 



I 
Anne, bapt. a 
tember 1743 
married at Tong 
Nathan Haines, 



St. Mary's, Nottingham, 19 Sep- 
(Sf. Mary's Parish Register); 

25 September 17 So, the Rev. 

D.D., Vicar of St. Mary's, 




(Zi/rt.^ 



Nottingham {To7ig Parish Register). Coheir to 
her brother, John Tempest, in 1786. She had 
a son, Nathaniel Tempest Haines, named in his 
aunt Henrietta Tempest's will in 1819, who 
died a spinster at Lamlaeth in 1839. She died in 
181 1 {Burkes ''Extinct Baronetage"). 



I 
Henrietta, bapt. at St. Mary's 
Nottingham, 13 January 174^ (st. 
Alarfs Parish Register). \\z.% 
left ^100 by her grandmother, 
Lady Tempest, in 1745. She 
made her will 20 March 18 19, 
" of Nottingham," naming her 
nieces, Elizabeth, Sarah, Frances, 
and Henrietta Plumbe, and her 
nephew, Nathan Tempest Haines. 
The will was proved 8 February 
1823, by Elizabeth Sarah Plumbe. 
{P.C.C). 



^ 



...^^^^^^ ^"LTinti^a ^i^/u^ 



Elizabeth, eldest daughter, bapt. at St. Mary's, Nottingham, 29 June 1739 {St Mary's Parish 
Register). Named in the wills of her grandfather, father and mother, and was coheir to her 
brother. Major John Tempest of Tong, in 1786. Married in 176 ., Thomas Plumbe of Wavertree 
Hall and Aughton, co. Lane, who died 7 June 1806 {Bai?ie's "History of Lancashire" Vol. 3, 
page 2jo), and had 8 daughters and 2 sons, her sole surviving son, John Plumbe, assumed, by 
Royal Licence in 1824, the surname and arms of Tempest in addition to Plumbe. She died in 
September 1823, her sisters having predeceased her. On the death of her nephew, Nathan 
Tempest Haines, in 1839, her son, Colonel John Plumbe-Tempest, became heir general of his 
great-grandfather, Sir George Tempest, and representative of the family of Tempest of Tong. 
He was a Colonel ist Royal Lancashire Militia, J. P., Chairman of Leicester Sessions, and 
Deputy-Lieutenant for the West Riding of co. York, and for co. Lane, and marrying his cousin 
Sarah, 2nd daughter of Rev. William Plumbe, had 9 children, and died 6 April 1859. His only 
surviving son, Colonel Thomas Richard Plumbe-Tempest, a Major in the 60th Rifles, died 
unmarried in 1S81, when the Tong estates passed to Catherine Elizabeth, eldest daughter of 
Colonel John Plumbe-Tempest, but she dying without issue in 1S84, the estates passed to the 
only son of her sister Henrietta, by Sir Cornwallis Ricketts, 2nd Bart., of the Elms, co. Gloucester, 
and of Beaumont Leys, co. Leicester, namely, Robert Tempest Ricketts, who assumed, by Royal 
Licence in 1884, the name and arms of Tempest, in lieu of his paternal; on the death of his 
father in 18S5 he succeeded to the Ricketts Baronetcy, and is Sir Robert Tempest Tempest, 
Bart, of The Elms and of Beaumont Leys, now the possessor of the Tong estates, and repre- 
sentative in a female line of the Tempests of Tong, and of a younger branch of the Tempests of 
BowUng and Bracewell, through the 8th son of Sir Richard Tempest of Bracewell and Boiling, in 
i8qo. Portraits at Tong Halt. 



See " Visitation of England and Wales,' 
Vol. /., page J/. 



Compiled by Mrs. Tempest of Broughton Hall, Skipton-in-Cravi 




BOOKPLATE OF MAJOR JOHN TEMPEST OF TONG HALL 

SON OF CAPTAIN JOHN TEMPEST. THIRD SON OF SIR GEORGE TEMPEST, BART. 

Quarteriugs— 1 Tempest, 2 Rye, 3 Hebden, 4 Boiling, 5 Bradford, 6 Touge, 
7 Jlirfield, 8 Savile. 





^^temnJ^ 







Seal, with arms of Tong, appended to a deed Seal of Richard Tempest of Tong 

dated 1430, in the possession of Sir Robert (who died in 1613) firom a deed 

Tempest Tempest, Bart., of Tong Hall. dated 24 November 1655. 



Seal and Signature of Sir John Tempest of Seal of Major John Tempest of Tong, 

Tong Hall, to Articles of Agreement dated who died in 1786. 

22 December, 2 William and Mary. 



of Major John Tempest of Tong, Seal of Sir Henry Tempest, 4th Bart. 

who died in 1786. who died about 181 9. 



Tempest. Abstract of the JVill of Sir George Tempest 



[Vol. I, p. 350 



of To/ig, CO. York, Bart., 1^44. 

Sir George Tempest of Tong, co. York, Bart. He left to his 
dear wife Dame Ann Tempest and her assigns a part of his estate 
in Tong for the term of her natural life, with free liberty to commit 
waste. To his fourth son Robert all his lands in Ladythorpe in the 
township of Fenwick, for life, without impeachment of waste, but 
charged with an annuity of ;^30 a year free of ta.xes, to his son 
George, by half-yearly payments at Michaelmas and Lady-day, the first 
payment to be made on which of those days should first happen after his 
decease. And he gave all his manor and lordship of Tong, in the 
county of York, with all his rights and the appurtenances belonging to 
them, and his right of patronage or presentation to the church or 
parochial chapel of Tong, and all his messuages, lands, woods, &c., in 
Tong, Drighlington, Hemsworth, Bowling, Pontefract, Tanshelf, Carl- 
ton, and Fenwick, in co. York (e.xcept what he had hereinbefore given 
to his dear wife Ann and to his son Robert Tem.pest for the terms of 
their respective lives), to his son Nicholas, without impeachment of 
waste, for life, but subject to certain annuities charged upon them, and 
with full power to jointure a wife to the amount of ^300 a year, either by 
conveying some part of the lands of that yearly value for her use for her life 
only (other than Tong Hall and the demesne lands thereto belonging), 
or by a rent charge for the same sum of ^300 yearly for the life of such 
woman, only if she happen to survive her husband. And after the 
death of Nicholas Tempest, to the use of the first, second, third, fourth, 
and other sons of the said Nicholas, and the heirs male of all and every 
such sons, one after the other, &c. And in default of such issue, to the 
use of Sir George Tempest's third son John Tempest and his heirs male, 
with hke power to jointure a wife, and subject to pay the same annuities 
and charges. And in default, to the other younger sons of Sir George 
Tempest, with like power to jointure a wife, &:c. And in default of such 
heirs, to the eldest son of his son Henry Tempest and his heirs male, 
with remainder to Henry Tempest's younger sons and their heirs male, 
subject to the same annuities and charges. And in default, to the 
daughters of Sir George Tempest's younger sons and their heirs male in 
succession, so as the person who should intermarry with any of them, 
and being in actual possession of the manor, lands, &c., shall take upon 
him the surname of Tempest within three years next after such inter- 
marriage. With remainder to the daughters of Sir George Tempest's 
eldest son Henry and their heirs male in succession, &c., and subject to 
the like condition that the person with whom they intermarry shall take 
the surname of Tempest. And in default of such issue, to the use of 
George Blenkhow, son of William Blenkhow of the city of York and of 
his wife, who was niece to Sir George Tempest, and to his heirs and 
assigns for ever, subject to pay the same annuities. With power to 
grant leases for 21 years, except of the capital mansion of Tong Hall 
and the demesne lands thereto belonging. The estates of his wife and 
son Robert, after their decease, were to revert to the owner of the 
manor and estates hereinbefore settled and entailed, and were to be 
subject to the same limitations. But, if George Tempest should survive 



Robert, the person who should succeed to Ladythorpe was to pay Tempest. 

George during his life ^30 a year at Michaelmas and Ladyday. Sir [Vol. i, p. 35.] 
George Tempest bequeathed ;^5 a year for life to Mrs. A. Yorke of 
Pontefract, widow of the Rev. William Yorke, and he left a legacy of 
^600 to his wife Dame Ann Tempest, to be paid to her immediately 
after his decease, and he gave his dear wife the use of all such jewels, 
plate, linen, and furniture in his house as she shall have a mind for and 
think proper to take for her life, and after her decease he bequeathed 
the same to his executor. To his granddaughters Elizabeth and Ann 
Tempest, the daughters of his son John Tempest, ;^3oo each, to be 
paid out of his personal estate when she shall attain the age of 18 years 
or marry, whichever shall first happen. Also the same to his grand- 
daughter, the daughter of his son George. To his sort Henry ;^io. 
To Mary Wood ^100, to be paid within six months after his decease. 
To Mary Wood an annuity of ;£io, free to taxes, to be paid out of the 
rent of Crosshouse in Hemsworth at Michaelmas and Ladyday, should 
the said Mary leave his wife's service, but not otherwise, with power of 
distraint. To his servant Samuel Stead an annuity of ;£^ out of the 
lands purchased from Joshua Goodall, with power for recovery. To his 
servant Sarah Gill 40^ to be paid within one month after his decease. 
To the poor of Tong ^^5. To the poor of Drighlington 40^, to be paid 
by his executor and distributed at the discretion of the churchwardens of 
the said respective places. He directed his body to be buried in a 
private but handsome manner, and all his servants living with him at the 
time of his decease to have a suit of mourning suitable to their degree, 
and he appointed his son Nicholas Tempest to be his sole executor. 
The said Nicholas to have all the remainder of his goods, chattels, 
cattle, ready-money, plate, linen, arrears of rent, &c. John Watts of 
Kirk Hall, gent, and William Bilton of Oakwell Hall, Gomersall, gent, 
to be trustees, and they are to assist his executor. And he gave to the 
said trustees and to John Margerison of Scholebrough, in Tong, ^10 
a piece to buy mourning with. His executor to pay to the trustees all 
reasonable expenses, &c., relating to the execution of the trust. And he 
revoked all former wills. 

Witnessed by : Signed and sealed 15 August 1744, 

Joshua Brooke. G. Tempest. 

Margarett Sowden. 
Robert Gill. 
James Thompson. 

Codicil I., dated 15 August 1744, in which Sir George confirmed his 
will, and directed that the ;!^3oo he had left to his three granddaughters 
should be paid to them within twelve months after his decease, and that 
^300 should be paid to his granddaughter Henrietta, daughter of his 
son John, within twelve months of his decease. The money was to be 
invested, and the interest was to be laid out for their respective mainten- 
ance and education during their minorities. His trustees and Mr. 
Scrimshire, brother-in-law of John Tempest, were to assist in placing the 
money at interest. The lands which he purchased, since he made his 
will, in Tong, Drighlington, and Hemsworth were to be liable to the 
same limitations as the manors and lands settled by his will. To Alice 



Tempest. Webster, servant, he left 4o^ To John Tempest, his son, ;4ioo, both 
[Vol. I, p. 35]. legacies were to be paid within one month of his decease out of his 
personal estate, and Nicholas Tempest 'was to pay out of the personal 
estate ^10 yearly to Elizabeth Law, spinster, of York, for which sum 
Sir George and his son John had become bound. John to be indemni- 
fied from every part thereof. His trustees were to make a schedule in 
writing of all his ready-money and other personal estate immediately 
after his decease, that the true value may be known. All his tenants 
and all the freeholders residing within the lordship of Tong to be invited 
to his funeral, and ten of his most substantial tenants to be bearers at 
his funeral to take hold of the pall. He bequeathed ^50 to the 
Treasurer or Steward of the Society, who now call themselves the 
Trustees and Governors of the County Hospital for the Sick and Lame 
at York. 

Witnessed by: Signed 26 August 1745, 

Mary Margerison. G. Tempest. 

John Jackson. 
Jas: Thompson. 

Codicil n., dated 13 August 1745. He ratified and confirmed his will 
and the codicil dated 26 August" 1745. And bequeathed ;^ioo over 
and above what he had already given to each of his three granddaughters, 
the daughters of his son John Tempest. The money to be paid out of 
his personal estate and to be placed out at interest for their benefit. 

Witnessed by: Signed 16 September 1745, 

Mary Margerison. G. Tempest. 

Benj° Bartlet, J^ 

James Thompson. Registered at Wakefield 

28 November 1745. 

If Sir George Tempest's grandson, Major John Tempest of Tong 
Hall, &c., had not barred the settlement made by his grandfather's will, 
and if the settlement had been allowed to stand, then Mrs. Elizabeth 
Plumbe, the eldest daughter of his son John, would have succeeded to 
the whole of the family estates after the death of her cousin. Sir Henry 
Tempest, 4th Bart., of Thorp Lee, Surrey, in 1819. 



Memoranda. 

Henry Tempest born in Newton Grange in the parish of Oswaldchurch 

the 22 of August 1666. 
George Tempest borne at Middleton in the parish of Wath 22 of Nov'' 

1668. 
John Tempest borne in the same parish Janv t,^^ 1670. (George and 

John seem to have died in infancy). 

Entries in an old Memorandum Book of the birth of the children 
of Sir John Tempest atid Henrietta {Cholmley) his wife. 



My son Henry Tempest was borne y° 22"'' day of Aug^' 1666. Tempest. 

My son George was borne y= 22 of May 1672. (&: seems to have been [Vol. i,p. 35.] 

Baptised at the Belfry Ch., York, same day). 
My daughter Katherine was borne ig'*" July 1673. 
My daughter Henrietta was borne y*^ 10''' Ap" 1675. 
The Lady Henrietta Tempest her Daughter (dau. of Lady Cholmley 

wife of Sir Henry) dyed at London the 25''^ day of June 1680 and 

Lyeth Buried in the Chappell at Newton Grange by her mother. 

Sir John Tempest dyed the 2^'^'^ day of June in the yeare 1693 & 

Lyeth Bur'' in Tonge Chap'. Henry Tempest y'^ son of Sir John 

Tempest dyed the 17 of Nov. 1685 in London & was bur'' in S' 

Clements in the Strand. 
Rich"' Tempest one of the sons of Hen? Tempest of Tonge Esq. dyed 

at London Nov. y^ s"' 1677 & lyeth bur"' in Pancridge Church. 
*Ann y"^ Daughter of Sir George Tempest B"' was Borne on Sunday y'= 

28''> of July betwixt y'= houres of 1 1 & 12 in y"= forenoon in y' yeare 

1695- 
*Note this Ann dyed at Yorke y<= 30''' day of May 1699 and lyes buried 

in y= Church at Campsall by her Grandfather Frank. 
Henry y'= eldest son of the said Sir George was borne on tuesday y"^ 1=' 

of 7'"' about a quarter before 6 o'clock in y= morning in y= yeare 

1696. 
Nicholas The 2"'' son of Sir George Tempest was borne y= i a"" of May 

1698 about a quarter before six at night. 
These three children were born at Campsall near Doncaster. 
Henrietta y<= 2°'' daughter of Sir George Tempest was born at York y= 

21^' of 8'"" about i an hour past 8 in y' morning which was of a 

Monday 1700. 
John y= 3'' son of Sir G= (Sr"^ was born at Yorke y= 3'' of lo'"' 1701 about 

a quarter past 5 in the mors 
Robert y'= 4"' son of Sir G"= &'' was born at York y*" 16'" of jan 17 of 

about a quarter past 7 in y= more. 
Ann y'' 3'' daugh"' was born att Yorke y' 22'' of June 1704 about a 

quarter past 5 in y= morg. & died y= 7''' of July following, and was 

bur'' at Belfraye in York. 
Edward y'= 5'*" Son was Born at York November y' 21=' being Wednes- 
day about a quarter past two a clock in the morning. And died 

there the 17"^ of Jan. 170! in y'= same year, and lyes in Belfray 

church by his sister. 
Rich'' y" 6"» son of Sir Geo' &■= was bom in York y= 9"> of September 

1737 & died y' Janv following & was bur'' at Belfrays on y= north 

side of y'= Altar close to y' seat at y= uper end by his B"' & Sister. 
George the 7 Son of Sir George Tempest was born in York in Belfrays 

parish on y= 8 day of Aug' 1709 betwixt 4 & 5 a clock in y" 

morning. 
Edward the S'l" son of Sir George Tempest born at Tong y= 8"^ of May 

1 7 14 betwixt 10 and 11 a clock at night, being Saturday. 

J^rom a Memorandum Book once belonging to Sir Henry 
Cholmley of West Newton Grange, brother of Sir Hugh 
Cholmley of Whitby, and father-in-law of Sir John 
Tempest. 

33 



Tempest. Mem : That on the 8"' day of July Ann : Dom : 1645 Henry Tempest 
[Vul. I, p. 35.] of Tonge Esq. rec' a commission from Robert Earle of Essex and 

Ewer lord lieftenant of Yorkshire for Collonell of that regiment of 

trained bands, within the North riding of the county of Yorke, 

Whereof Sir Hugh Cholmeley was late Collonell. 
Mem : That on the 27"" day of Mar : Ann : Dom : 1647 Henry Tempest 

of Tonge Esq. was sworne Justice of Peace, at the Assisses houlden 

at Yorke before Serieant Greene. 
Mem: That on the five & twentieth day Jan>', Ann: Dom: 1648 

Henry Tempest Esq. was sworne a Justice of peace, for the North 

riding by M"" Holborne att Yorke. 
Mem: that on the 12''' day of July Ann: Dom: 1654 that Henry 

Tempest Esq. was chosen one of the K'* of the Shire in the Castle 

Yard at Yorke. 
Mem: that in August Ann: Dom: 1656 Henrie Tempest Esq. was the 

second time chosen one of the Kn'* of the Shire for the County of 

Yorke. 

From Henry Tempest's Memorandum Book. 



Abstract of the Marriage Settlement of Sir John 
Tempest, 1666. 

By Indenture of the 22 and 23 May 1666, Sir John Tempest of Tonge 
in the county of York, Bart., and Dame Henrietta his wife, daughter of 
Sir Henry Cholmley of Newton Grange in the said county, Knt., in 
pursuance of an agreement made before marriage, and in consequence 
of ;^i,5oo received by Sir John for his wife's marriage portion, 
granted to Sir Hugh Cholmley of Whitby, Bart, Sir Henry Cholmley, 
Knt., Barington Bouchier, Richard Legard of Troutsdale, co. York, 
and Robert Stapilton of Gray's Inn, all the manor or lordship of 
Tonge, and Tonge Hall with the Demeasnes and all their lands in 
Tonge, and all the tythe of corn, grain, hay and other tythes 
whatsoever, to the uses following : To pay a yearly rent during the 
joint lives of Sir John Tempest and his wife at Whitsuntide and the 
Feast of S' Martin the Bishop, in winter, to such uses and in such manner 
as Dame Henrietta alone should in writing appoint. And as to the 
premises chargeable with the said rent to the use of Sir John Tempest 
for 99 years "sans wast." To the use that Dame Henrietta or her 
assigns should receive an annual rent of ;£4oo at Whitsuntide and St. 
Martin the Bishop. The first payment to be made on which of said 
days as should first happen ne.xt after the death of the said Sir John 
Tempest. To the use of the 1=' 2'^^ t,'^ and all other sons of Sir John 
Tempest and Dame Henrietta his wife successively and the heirs male 
of each son in tail male. To the Trustees and their exors, &c., for 500 
years upon trusts afterwards mentioned. To the use of Sir John 
Tempest and his heirs for ever. And the trusts of the said term of 500 
years are declared to be that in case Sir John Tempest should have one 

34 



or more daughters, then the Trustees should out of the rents or by sale, Tempest. 

for all or part of the said term raise money for the portions of such [Vol. i, p. 35.] 

daughter or daughters to be paid to them at their respective ages 

of 16 years or days of marriage, which should first happen. And in 

case there should be one such daughter ;^3,ooo, for two daughters 

;^4,ooo, and in case there should be three or more daughters ^5,000. 

But if such daughter or daughters be married or have attained the age 

of 16 years before the commencement of the said term of 500 years, 

then the portion or portions should be paid to her or them as soon 

after the commencement of the said term as same can be raised. 

i.l.3.34?8 

Letter relating to the Will of the late Sir Henry 
Tempest. 

7 Bedford Row, London. 

20 May 1819. 
Dear Sir, 

Yesterday I inspected the will of the late Sir Henry Tempest. It is 
dated the 10 Feb^ 181 5 & there are 5 Codicils annexed to it. The will 
and all the Codicils seem to be wholly written by himself but the last 
Codicil, which is dated a few Days only before his death, was not signed 
by him. 

M" Graham is the Devisee for Life of his Real Estate, & on her 
Death it is devised to her second son a clergyman in strict Settlement, 
with Remainders to her other Children. 

The personal Estate is proved to be under ;£^35,ooo, and it is 
principally bequeathed to M'^ Graham & her children. Her eldest son 
Edward Lloyd Graham a Captain in the Navy and one of the Executors, 
has alone proved the Will and Codicils, reserving a Right to his mother, 
Co Executrix to join in the Probate. 

Neither you nor your Mother or Sisters are named either in the 
Will or in any of the Codicils. 

The Will is executed in the Presence of Samuel Nott 56 Great 
Queen S', an Inspector of Convicts, and two servants of the late M"' 
Graham's one of whom is stated to be Nott's sister. 

Sir Henry calls M" Graham his cousin. 

I am Dear Sir— yours v^ respectfully — R^^ Lambert. 

P.S. It has occurrred to me, since writing the above that M" 
Graham must have been Sir Henry's Cousin on his mother's side ; and 
therefore M"^ Plumbe, M' Tempest Haines and your Aunt Henrietta 
Tempest are now Sir Henry's Co Heirs at Law as to his Real Estate. 

R. L. 

Letter addressed to Colonel John Plumbe-Tempest. 

35 



Guille. 

[Vol.i,p.3S.] 



Seigneurs de St. George. 



Jacques Guille, 4th surviving son of James Guille by his 2nd wife,= 
and ist Seigneur de St. George; sworn Jurat 2 October 1653, 
deposed at the Restoration, sworn again at the instance of Lord 
Hatton, Governor, and deposed again 16 July 1665 ; died in 1670. 



=Mary, dau. and heir of 
Nicholas de Jersey ; marr. 
at Catel 24 May 1638 ; 
died at Catel, and bur. 
there 6 March i67f. 



Rachel, dau. of=Richard Guille, Seigneur de= 
Leonard Blondell ; St. George ; died, aged 74, 
died s.p. ist wife, i February, bur. at Catel 3 
February 17 19. 



=Elizabeth, dau. of Charles de la Marche ; 
marr. at St. Martin's, Guernsey, 4 August 
1670; bur. at Catel i July 1701. 2nd wife. 



I 

John Guille, Seigneur de St. George ; born ii November, bapt. at Catel i9=j=Anne, dau. of 
November 1674; sworn Jurat 4 August 1717 ; died 30 April, bur. at Catel 2 Richard deGaris; 
May 1721. marr. 28 June 

1 7 1 1 ; bur. at 
Catel 22 Novem- 
ber 172 1. 




I 

Jean Guille, Seigneur de St. George, bapt. at Catel 30 March 1 7 1 2 ;==Elizabeth, dau. of John 
sworn Jurat 14 September 1752; died 9 May, bur. at Catel 13 May Andros, by Elizabeth 
[778. his wife; marr. at St. 

Martin's, Guernsey, 31 

December 1732 ; died 

. L, (Z,^rt^/7 ff '7 February, bur. at 

y.X</rO^ C4tel 25 February 



fe. 



ea/n 



Jean Guille, Seigneur de St. George; born 18 January, bapt. at Catel= 
20 January 1731 ; sworn Jurat 23 June 1778 ; died 9 April, bur. at Catel in 
April 1820. 







|=Mary, 
Peter 


dau. of 
de Car- 


teret ; marr. at 
Catel 16 April 
1759; died, aged 
55, 6 December, 
bur. at Catel 9 
December 1792. 






A 



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William Guille, born 9 May,=j=Rachel, dau. and coheiress of Charles Andros of St. Saviour's, 



and bapt. at St. Peter Port, 
Guernsey, 15 May 1766; died 
8 August, bur. at Catel 12 
August 1792. 



Bailiff, by Caroline Carterette le Marchant his wife ; bapt. 8 
June 1766; marr. at St. Saviour's 29 November 1787; died 
5 March, bur. at Catel 8 March 1798. 



John Guille, Seigneur de St. George, Bailiff of Guernsey 1842, Colonel==Elizabeth, dau. of Peter 



of the North Regiment; born 11 October 1788; died at Plymouth 
3 June, bur. at Catel 7 June 1845. 



/■^-^ 



Hubert, born 16 July, 
bapt. at St. Peter Port 
25 July 1788 ; marr. at 
St. Peter Port 29 No- 
vember 1809 ; died, 
aged 83, 16 December, 
bur. at Catel 2 1 Decem- 
ber 1871. 



■I 
Rev. George de Carteret Guille, M.A., Rector of Little Torrington, co.= 
Devon, Seigneur de St. George ; born 8 January, bapt. at St. Peter Port 
1 6 February 181 5; died in Guernsey 2 January, bur. at Little Torring- 
ton 8 January 1895. Will proved in the Principal Registry 12 July 1895, 
by the Rev. Hubert George de Carteret Stevens-Guille, the son, the 
sole Exor. 



^ 



j^^ / A^ ■^;^^'^'^^^^^--^ 



=Sophia, dau. and co- 
heiress of Thomas 
Stevens of Cross, co. 
Devon, Recorder of 
Exeter; born 14 Au- 
gust, bapt. at Sid- 
mouth, CO. Devon, 15 
August 1822; marr. 
at Bath Abbey 14 
October 1848 ; died 
6 July, bur. at Little 
Torrington 9 July 
1892. 



Rev. Hubert George de Carteret Stevens-Guille of Cross, co. Devon,=Catherine Lucretia, 5th 
Seigneur de St. George ; born at Exeter 2 April, bapt. at Little dau. of the Rev. Frede- 
Torrington 2 June 1861 ; of Trinity College, Oxford, M.A. rick John Rooke, Rector 

of Rampisham, co. Dor- 
set, and Prebendary of 
Salisbury ; marr. 3 Au- 







gust 1895. 



Book-plate of John Guille, Seigneur de St. George. 



Monumental Inscriptions at Little Torrington, Guille. 

[Vol.i,p.3S 

CO- Devon. 



IN THE OPPOSITE AISLE ARE DEPOSITED THE REMAINS 

OF 

HENRY STEVENS ESQ""^ OF CROSS IN THIS PARISH 

ONLY SON OF HENRY STEVENS ESQ""^ 

AND CHRISTIANA MARIA ROLLE 

SISTER OF HENRY LORD ROLLE OF STEVENSTONE 

HE MARRIED SARAH BRIDGET 

THE DAUGHTER OF JAMES MARWOOD ESQ""^ OF AVISHAYE 

IN THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET 

AND DIED WITHOUT ISSUE OCTOBER THE 20^^" l8o2 

IN THE 64™ YEAR OF HER AGE. 

HIS WIDOW ERECTED THIS MONUMENT 

IN MEMORY OF A BELOVED AND MUCH LAMENTED HUSBAND. 



North wall of nave. 



IN LOVING MEMORY OF 

WALTER STUART STEVENS HAWORTH 

LIEUT. 60TH ROYAL RIFLES YOUNGEST SON 

OF FREDERICK HAWORTH AND LOUISA ANNIE 

HIS WIFE DAUGHTER AND COHEIRESS OF 

THOMAS STEVENS OF CROSS HE WAS BORN 

5™ OCTOBER i860 AND DIED 1 3™ FEBRUARY 1 88 1 

AT NEWCASTLE, NATAL, OF WOUNDS RECEIVED 

IN THE BATTLE OF INGOGO FEBRUARY S'^". 

THE LORD GAVE THE LORD HATH TAKEN AWAY. 

Brass plate against north wall of nave. 



SACRED 

TO THE MEMORY OF 

SARAH BRIDGET SECOND WIFE OF JOHN INGLETT FORTESCUE OF BUCKLAND FILLEIGH RELICT OF 

HENRY STEVENS OF CROSS IN THE COUNTY OF DEVON ELDEST SISTER AND COHEIRESS OF JAMES THOMAS 

BENEDICTUS MARWOOD OF STUTTON IN THE COUNTY OF DEVON AND AVISHAYE IN THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET 

SHE DIED THE 27™ OF OCTOBER 182I AGED 71 YEARS. 

North wall of nave. 



Guille. 

[Vol. I, p. 3 



TO THE MEMORY OF 

THOMAS STEVENS ESQUIRE 

OF CROSS IN THIS PARISH 

BARRISTER AT LAW OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE 

AND 

RECORDER OF THE CITY OF EXETER 

HE DEPARTED THIS LIFE 

JANUARY XIV™ MDCCCXXXII 

AGED 49. 

South wall of nave. 
Arms: — Stevens impaling Le Marchant. 



IN MEMORY OF 

JOHN STEVENS GUILLE 

CAPTAIN AND ADJUTANT IN THE 99^^" (2° WILTSHIRE REGIMENT) 

ELDEST SON GEO. DE C. GUILLE M.A. OF s'^ GEORGE, GUERNSEY. 

RECTOR OF THIS PARISH AND SOPHIA HIS WIFE ELDEST DAUGHTER 

OF THOMAS STEVENS OF CROSS, WINSCOTT, AND VIELSTONE 

30RN APRIL 11^" 1856 DIED AT PESHAWAR, INDIA, MARCH 8™ 1 886 

ALSO OF ARTHUR WILLIAM STEVENS SON OF 

GEO. AND SOPHIA GUILLE BORN JUNE iS'"" DIED DEC. I4™ 1859. 

Brass in south wall of nave. 

Two shields on each side of inscription. The one on the 
dexter side charged with the arms of Guille, a label 
of three points for difference ; the sinister shield 
bearing the arms of Stevens. 




Signature of George Guille, Jurat of Guernsey, from a 
document dated 18 May 1613, in the possession of 
Colonel Carteret Carey of Castle Carey, Guernsey. 



Signature of John Guille from 
dated 1742. 



-^-^;»»W \^ni^'^^ 



^^ 



Signature of Jaques Guille, Seigneur des Rohais, to 
document dated 5 November 1656. 



Arms of the descendants of John Witliatns (who 
died April i8^i) of Scorrier Hotise, in the Parish of 
Gwennap, co. Cornwall ; recorded in the College of 
Arms J/ October 1855. 



Pedigree of JVilliams. 



Williams. 

[Vol. I, p. 41]. 



John Harris of Cusgarne in Gwennap, co. Cornwall ;= 
an officer in the Cornwall Militia ; bur. at Gwennap 
5 August 1732. 




Signature to Deed dated 24 June 1715. 



^Elizabeth, only dau. of John Beauchamp 
of Trevince in the parish of Gwennap, 
CO. Cornwall, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of Hugh Bawden of Guddern, in the 
parish of Kea, co. Cornwall, and sister of 
William Beauchamp of Trevince (whose 
will dated 28 July 1726, was proved in 
C.P.C. 21 February 17!^, 30 Auber); 
bapt. at Gwennap 13 April 1675; marr. 
there 27 April 1703; bur. there 6 July 
1735- 



Henry Harris of Cusgarne ;= 
bapt. at Gwennap 27 De- 
cember 1703 ; bur. at 
Gwennap 6 May 1768. 
Intestate admon granted 
25 May 1758 to his son, 
Edward, at Exeter; men- 
tioned in will of his uncle, 
William Beauchamp, 1729. 



=Elizabeth, only child of Edward 
Kempthorne of Gunwalloe, co. 
Cornwall, whose will is dated 
31 March 1753, and proved at 
Bodmin 5 June 1760 ; marriage 
licence dated 29 April, and 
marr. i May 1728 at Gun- 
walloe. 



II III 

John Hams, William Harris, 

2nd son, bapt. 4th son, bapt. 

at Gwennap 19 at Gwennap 2 

April 1705, and August 17 11, 

bur. there 9 and bur. there 

April 1 7 16. 3 June 17 14. 

Richard Harris, Elizabeth, bapt. 

3rd son, bapt. at Gwennap 23 

at Gwennap 25 February 1708, 

June 1707, and and bur. there 26 



Signature to Deed dated 6 April 1745. 



bur. there 14 
December 171 7. 



October 17 10. 

Catherine, bapt. 
at Gwennap 7 
May 1 7 13, and 
bur. there 3 r 
March 17 16. 



Michael Williams of Burncoose and Cusgarne, in the parish-T=Susanna, bapt. at Gwennap 23 



of Gwennap (son of John Williams of Burncoose, born in 
1684, and died in 1761); born 
in August, and bapt. 20 October 
1730 at Gwennap; died at Bath, 
and bur. at Gwennap 28 Feb- 
ruary 1775. Will dated 6 
October 1773, proved 9 August 
1775- 



M 



'awU 



Signature to Deed dated 29 
September 1730. 



^i^JCoM^^a^^ 




November 1732; marr. at Cury, 
CO. Cornwall, 30 November 1752 ; 
bur. at Gwennap in February 1814. 



Signature to Deed dated 28 June 1768. 



Signature to Deed dated 25 June 1761. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at Catherine, bapt. at Gwennap 25 March 1729; marr. at Gwennap 15 

Gwennap 13 No- April 1758 to Isaac Head of St. Mary's in the Scilly Islands, Collector 

vember 1741 ; bur. of the Customs there. =f= 

at Mullion 24 Au- X. 
gust 1765. 



Signature to Deed dated 28 June 1768. 



Signature to Deed dated 28 June 1768. 



I 
John Williams of Burncoose, and of Scorrier House, in the parish of=f=Catherine, dau. of 



Gwennap, eldest son; born 23 September 1753; purchased the Manor of 
Calstock in 1806; died in April 1841, and bur. at Calstock. 




Martin Harvey of 
Kenwyn, co. Corn- 
wall ; born 12 Jan- 
uary 1757 ; marr. 
at Kenwyn, co. 
Cornwall, 23 Jan- 
uary 1776 ; died in 
September 1826, 
bur. at Gwennap. 



'W^^ /vVw-^^sz^ 



Signature to Deed dated 26 May 1795. 



M II I 

Susan, born at Burncoose 30 De- Cathenne, born 10 July 178 1 ; Mary, born at Scorrier 

cember 1776; died unmarried in marr. 21 May 1806, Rev. House 9 November 1789 ; 

January 1829, and bur. at Gwennap. Josiah Hill of Barnet ; died marr. 27 January 1813, 

16 December 1828. Rev. Henry Beauford, Vicar 

=r of Eaton Socon, co. Bed- 
Ann, born Ti November 1779; ^ ford; died in 1829, and 
marr. 23 December 1 8 II, Benjamin Elizabeth, born at Scorrier bur. in Gwennap. 
Tucker of Trematon Castle, St. House 24 February 17S8 ; =r 
Stephen's; sometime Secretary to marr. at Gwennap in 1824, A 
the Admiralty, and Deputy Lieu- Joseph Moore, M.D., of 
tenant for Cornwall. London. =p 



I 

Edward Harris of Cusgarne, in the parish of Gwennap,^Eleanor Johns of Trewince, 

Captain in Cornwall Militia, eldest son ; bapt. at Gwennap co. Cornwall ; marr. by licence 

27 July 1730. Proved his grandfather's will in 1760. Died at Gerran's, co. Cornwall, 6 

s.p., and bur. from Gwennap 5 July 1798 at Mullion. Will January 1769 ; bur. from 

dated 27 June 1798, proved 23 November following (Arch- Penryn 27 April 1809, aged 75, 

deaconry Court of Cornwall). at Mullion. 



^U^a^^ jl%a> 



Signature to Deed dated 22 January 1766. 



Signature to Deed dated 
II February 1799. 



I 
William Williams of 
Penryn ; bapt. at 
Gwennap 6 May 
1756; marr. at Gwen- 
nap II April 1786, to 
Catherine Paul. 



I 
Michael Williams, bapt. 
at Gwennap 14 April 
1770 ; marr. at St. 
Saviour's, Jersey, 18 
February 1787, to Jane 
Turner of Tregony, co. 
Cornwall. 



Edward Harris Williams, 
bapt. at Gwennap 1 7 
June 1773; a Lieutenant 
in the 8ist Regiment of 
Foot ; died s.p., at Pen- 
ryn in February 1805. 



I 

Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Gwennap 6 July 
1767; marr. Richard 
Pellowe, a Captain 
in the Royal Navy. 



John Williams of Burn-=Phillippa Naudin ; Edward Williams of=Elizabeth, dau. of John 

coose House, eldest married in the Honeycombe, co. Pearson Foote of Harewood 

son ; born there 3 Au- Quaker's Meeting Cornwall, 3rd son ; in the parish of Calstock ; 

gust 1777; died s.p. at House at Perran born at Burncoose marr. at Tavistock, co. 

Burncoose House 11 Wharf 27 June House 5 August Devon, 15 July 1814 ; 

August 1849, and bur. 1810; died s.p. 7 17S7; died in 1822. died at Weston-super-Mare 

at Redruth, co. Corn- December 1861, 25 December 185 1. 

wall. aged 87. 



I 

John Harris of H.M. Dockyard at Plymouth, 2nd son ; bapt. at Gwennap 6 
February 1734 ; marr. there 18 February 1762, to Elizabeth Leverton of the 
same parish. He died s.p., and was bur. at Mylor, co. Cornwall, 6 February 
1805. 



jdfu % 



I 
AVilliam Harris, 
bapt. at Gwennap 
8 October 17.^6; 
bur. there 1 2 No- 
vember 1746. 



cmtJ 



Signature to Deed dated 2S June 1768. 



I 
Michael Williams=f=Elizabeth, eldest 



of Scorrier House, 
and of Carhayes 
Castle, CO. Corn- 
wall, and of Gnaton 
Hall, CO. Devon, 
Deputy Lieutenant 
of Cornwall, and 
Deputy Warden 
of the Stannaries ; 
2nd son ; born 5 
June 1786 ; High 
Sheriff for co. 
Glamorgan 1839 ; 
M.P. for West 
Cornwall till his 
death, 1 5 June 
1858 ; bur. at 
Gwennap. 



dau. of Richard 
Eales of East- 
don, CO. Devon, 
by his wife Eliza- 
beth, 2nd dau. of 
Peter Young of 
Netherexe, co. 
Devon ; marr. 5 
March 181 3 at 
St. Lawrence, 
Exeter ; died 30 
July 1852, and 
bur. at Gwennap. 



A 



. . i 

Sir William Williams of Tregullow, co.= 
Cornwall, and of Heanton Court, co. 
Devon, Bart, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 
of Cornwall 185 1, and Deputy Warden 
of the Stannaries; born 3 August 1791, 
at Scorrier House, in the parish of Gwen- 
nap, CO. Cornwall ; created Baronet 4 
August 1866; died 24 March, bur. at 
Gwennap 30 March 1870. 




Caroline, the 
younger dau. 
of Richard 
Eales of East- 
don House, CO. 
Devon ; born 
3oJan. 1796, at 
Exeter ; marr. 
at Dawlish 26 
Sept. 1826 ; 
died at Tregul- 
low 17 Feb., 
bur. at Gwen- 
nap 23 Feb. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales,' 
Vol. /., page 41). 



Autographs, 




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Signature to Deed dated 24 June 1715. Signature to Deed dated 6 April 1745. Henry Harris 

John Harris of Cusgarne, bur. $ August 1732. of Cusgame, bur. in 1768. 



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Signature to Deed dated 29 September 1730. 



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Signature to Deed dated 28 June 1768. 
Wife of Michael Williams of Burncoose. 



Signature to Deed dated 25 June 1761. Michael Willi; 
of Burncoose, bur. 28 February 1775. 



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Signature to Deed dated 28 June 1768. Isaac Head 
of St. Mary's, Scilly Isles. 



Signature to Deed dated 22 January 1766. Edward Harris Signature to Deed dated 11 February 1799. 

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Signature to Deed dated 26 May 1795. 
Wife of John Williams of Scorrier House. 



Signature to Deed dated 25 March 1775. John Williams 
of Scorrier House, died in April 1841. 



Facsimile of a Docwnent in the possession of Mr. Michael 
Williams, given to him in i86g by his father, the late Sir 
William Williams of Tregullow, to whom, it had descended 
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Grant of Arms to Sir Robert Jenkenson, Knt., Foljambe. 

1618. [Vol., p. 44]. 




To all and singular to whome these 
presents shall come William Camden al's 
Clarenceux King of Armes of the Este 
West and South partes of this Realme of 
Englande know yee that wheras S"' Robert 
Jenkenson of Walcott in the County of 
Oxford-sheyer Descended of a familie & 
surname bearing Armes hath requested me 
the sayed William Camden to make search 
how he may beare the same without 
prejudice to any of the said family and sur- 
name I could not but condescend to his 
Request considering he hath bine Dignified 
by our Souerayne Lord the King, with the 
Order of Knighthoode And I find that he 
may beare on a shield Azure on a fesse 
wavy argent a crosse patent Gules 2 Estoiles 
Or in cheife And for his Crest a Hippotomus 
or seahorse assurgent Or mayned Azure 
supporting a crosse patent Gules The which Armes and Creast I assigne, 
ratifie and confirme to the said S' Robert Jenkenson of Walcott to be 
borne and used by him & his Posteritie according to the laudable 
custome & law of Armes of England. In witnes whereof I have here- 
unto sett my hand and Scale the second of November in the sixteenth 
yeare of our Soverayne Lord King James &c. 



''nTjuam^ riiT^^^^ Qlnrznccuod 



A true copy examined with the original remaining in the hands 
of Charles Jenkinsnn, Earl of Liverpool, Ss'c, this 24 July 
1797. 



<^:yjA/^c 




Foljambe. Grant of Augineutation, &c., to the ist Earl 



[Vol. I, p. 44-] 



of Liverpool, ijgj. 

To all and Singular to whom these Presents shall come Sir Isaac 
Heard Knight Garter Principal King of Arms sendeth greeting whereas 
his Majesty by Warrant under his Royal Signet and sign Manual 
bearing date the twenty seventh day of July last signified to the most 
Noble Charles Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal and hereditary Marshal of 
England, that he hath been graciously pleased to give and grant unto 
his Right Trusty and Right welbeloved Cousin and Councillor Charles 
Earl of Liverpool his Royal Licence and Authority that he and the 
Heirs male of his Body being Earls of Liverpool may Quarter the Arms 
of the Corporation of Liverpool with their Family Arms (such arms being 
first duly exemplified according to the Laws of Arms and Recorded in 
the Heralds Office otherwise his Majesty's said Licence & Permission 
to be void and of none Effect) in compliance with the prayer of the 
Mayor Bailiffs Aldermen & Common Councelmen of the Town of 
Liverpool in the County Palatine of Lancaster who at a meeting held in 
the said Town on the sixth day of July last did unanimously resolve that 
the Title of Earl of Liverpool being the first to their knowledge that 
hath ever appeared amongst those of the Peers of this Realme the choice 
made by the said Earl of this Title was considered by them as an Honor 
conferred on that Town & did therefore vote him their thanks for so 
distinguished a mark of his attention & notice, & the said Earl was 
invited by the Mayor of the said Town of Liverpool on behalf of the 
Corporation to accede to the request of the said Corporation that he 
& his Heirs male being Earls of Liverpool would quarter the Arms of 
the Corporation of Liverpool with his Lordship's own Arms being the 
best return in their power to make for the Various Commercial 
Services done by the said Charles, Earl of Liverpool to the Country at 
large & to the Town of Liverpool in particular that the preference 
shewn by him to the name of the residence of a numerous Society of 
Mercantile Persons augured a high opinion of their Lidustry & was a 
further proof of his uniform attachment to Trade & Commerce and 
that the said Corporation had represented to his Majesty that the said 
Earl of Liverpool had acceded to their request, And forasmuch as the 
said Earl Marshal did by Warrant under his hand and seal bearing date 
the twenty first day of March Instant authorize & desire me to ex- 
emplify the Arms of the Town of Liverpool with those of the Family of 
the Earl of Liverpool know ye therefore that I the said Garter in 
obedience to his Majesty's command in pursuance of his Grace's 
Warrant & by Virtue of the Letters Patent of my Office to me granted 
under the Seal of Great Britain do by these Presents Exemplify Grant 
& Confirm to the said Charles Earl of Liverpool as an Honorable 
augmentation to his Lordship's Family Arms the Arms of the Town of 
Liverpool in chief wavy viz' argent a Cormorant in the beak a branch 
of sea weed called Laver all proper as the same are in the margin 
hereof more plainly depicted to be borne and used for ever hereafter by 
him the said Charles Earl of Liverpool & his Heirs Male being Earls 
of Liverpool with due & proper differences according to the Laws of 
Arms & the tenor of his Majesty's said Sign Manual In witness 

48 



whereof I that said Garter Principal King of Arms have to these Foljambe. 
Presents subscribed my name & affixed the Seal of my Office this [Vol. i, p. 44]. 
twenty fourth day of March in the thirty seventh year of the Reign of 
our Sovereign Lord George the third by the Grace of God King of Great 
Britain France & Ireland Defender of the Faith &c. and in the year of 
our Lord one Thousand seven hundred and ninety seven. 



Will of Charles J enkinson, ist Earl of Liverpool ^ 
i8og. 

Charles Jenkinson, Earl of Liverpool ; wife, Catherine, Countess of 
Liverpool ; son, Rt. Hon''''= Robert Banks, Lord Hawkesbury; daughter, 
Rt. Hon'^'= Lady Charlotte Jenkinson ; nephews, Charles Jenkinson, 
George Jenkinson, and Robert Jenkinson ; brother, John Jenkinson ; 
Exors, Rt. Rev. Frederick Walker Cornwall, Lord Bishop of Hereford, 
Rt. Hon''''= Robert Banks, Lord Hawkesbury, and Thomas Lark. 

Will dated 7 May 1807, with codicil dated 22 May 1807, proved 
(P.C.C, 44 Loveday), 27 January 1809, by Rt. Hon'''"= Robert Banks 
Jenkinson, Earl of Liverpool (heretofore Lord Hawkesbury) and Thomas 
Lark. 



Signature from Wi! 



Will of Robert Banks Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of 
Liverpool, i82g. 

Robert Banks Jenkinson, Earl of Liverpool ; wife, Mary, Countess 
of Liverpool ; brother, Hon*'''' Charles Cecil Cope Jenkinson ; cousins. 
Captain Cleorge Jenkinson, R.H.A., Robert Henry Jenkinson, Fanny 
wife of William Bootheby, Cecil Brooke Bootheby (son of William and 
Fanny Bootheby) ; private secretary, Robert VVillimot ; Exors, Rt. Rev. 
Ffolliott Herbert Walker Cornwall, Lord Bishop of Worcester, Hon'''^ 
Charles Cecil Cope Jenkinson, George Peter Holford, and William 
Willimott. 

Will dated 21 September 182 1, with five codicils dated respectively 
2 December 1821, 14 January 1822, 16 March 1825, and the last two 
of same date, 20 August 1827, proved (P.C.C, g2 Liverpool) 13 
February 1829, by Exors above named. 

Signature from Will. 
49 



Foijambe. JViU of CJiarks Cecil Cope Jenkinsoii, 3rd Earl 

[Vol. I, p. 44]. 

of Liverpool, 1831. 

Charles Cecil Cope Jenkinson, Earl of Liverpool ; daughters, Lady 
Catherine Julia, wife of Francis Vernon Harcourt, Selina Charlotte, 
widow of Viscount Milton, and Lady Louisa Harriet, wife of John 
Cotes ; Exors, Francis Vernon Harcourt and John Cotes. 

Will dated 5 February 1841, with codicil dated 14 May 1846, proved 
(P.C.C., 870, 51) 14 November 1851, by Exors above named. 





Signature from Will. 



Grant of Supporters to Lord Haivkesbury, 
1893- 

To all and Singular to whom these Presents shall come Sir Albert 
William Woods Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order 
of Saint Michael & Saint George Garter Principal King of Arms 
Sendeth Greeting Whereas Her Majesty by Letters Patent under the 
Great Seal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland bearing 
date the twenty fourth day of June last hath been graciously pleased to 
create Cecil George Savile Foijambe Esquire a Peer of the said United 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland by the name style & title of 
Baron Hawkesbury of Haselbech in the County of Northampton & of 
OUerton Sherwood Forest in the County of Nottingham to hold to him 
& the heirs male of his body lawfully begotten ; And it being a 
privilege of the Peers of the Realm to bear Supporters to their Arms as 
well for their greater honour and dignity as to distinguish them from 
persons of inferior rank know ye that I tliat said Garter by Virtue of my 
Office and vrith the consent & approbation of The Most Noble Henry 
Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal & Hereditary Marshal of England 
Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter signified to me by 

5° 



Warrant under his Graces hand & Seal do by these Presents Grant Foljambe. 

& assign unto the said Cecil George Savile Earon Hawkesbury the [Vol. 1,9.44.] 

supporters following that is to say on either side a gryphon wings 

elevated, or, beaked, membered, ducally gorged and on the wing three 

fleurs-de-lis one and two all azure, that on the dexter side charged on 

the breast with a torteau thereon a cross crosslet fitch(^ argent, and that 

on the sinister with a pellet thereon a stag's head caboshed also argent, 

as the same are in the margin hereof more plainly depicted to be borne 

& used for ever hereafter by him the said Cecil George Savile Foljambe, 

Baron Hawkesbury & by those upon whom the dignity of Baron Hawkes- t 

bury shall descend in Virtue of Her Majesty's Letters Patent of Creation 

In witness whereof I the said Garter Principal King of Arms have to 

these Presents subscribed my name & affixed the Seal of my office 

this twelfth day of September in the Fifty seventh year of the Reign of 

our Sovereign Lady Victoria by the Grace of God of the United 

Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen Defender of the Faith &c. 

and in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety 

three. 



Grant of Crest to Lord Hawkesbttry, 
1893. 

To all and Singular to whom these Presents shall come Sir Albert 
William Woods Knight Commander of the Most distinguished Order 
of Saint Michael and St. George, Garter Principal King of Arms 
Sendeth Greeting Whereas Cecil George Savile Foljambe, Baron 
Hawkesbury of Haselbech in the County of Northampton, and of 
Ollerton Sherwood Forest in the County of Nottingham eldest son of 
George Savile Foljambe of Osberton in the said County of Nottingham 
& of Aldwarke in the County of York Esquire by Selina Charlotte his 
second wife, second but eldest who left issue, of the three daughters & 
coheirs of Charles Cecil Cope Jenkinson, last Earl of Liverpool, and 
widow of William Charles Wentworth Fitzwilliam, commonly called 
Viscount Milton, all deceased, hath represented unto the Most Noble 
Henry Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal & Hereditary Marshal of 
England, Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter that he being 
entitled as the heir male and representative of his said mother Selina 

53 



Foljambe. Charlotte Foljambe and as such the representative (5f his grandfather 
[Vol. I, p. 44.] 'hs said Charles Cecil Cope Jenkinson Earl of Liverpool to quarter the 
Arms of Jenkinson, is desirous of further commemorating his descent 
& representation, as well as of testifying his regard for the memory of 
his said mother by bearing together with the Arms an additional Crest 
indicative of his descent from & representation of Charles Jenkinson 
first Earl of Liverpool, who received as an honourable augmentation to 
his family Arms the Arms of the Town of Liverpool the said honourable 
augmentation being limited to him and the heirs male of his body being 
Earls of Liverpool he therefore requested the favour of His Grace's 
Warrant for my granting and assigning such additional Crest to be 
borne by him and his descendants according to the Laws of Arms. 
And forasmuch as the said Earl Marshal did by Warrant under his 
hand & seal bearing date the twenty ninth day of September last 
authorise and direct me to grant & assign such Crest accordingly 
Know ye therefore that I the said Garter in pursuance of His Grace's 
Warrant and by .Virtue of the Letters Patent of my office to me granted 
do by these Presents grant & assign unto the said Cecil George Savile 
Foljambe, Baron Hawkesbury the additional Crest following that is to 
say on a wreath or, and sable a rock proper, thereon a sea lion sejant 
azure, resting the de.xter paw on an escocheon per fesse wavy argent 
& of the second in chief a cormorant holding in the beak a branch of 
seaweed called Laver, of the first and in base a hawk wings elevated and 
addorsed of the third as the same are in the margin hereof more plainly 
depicted to be borne and used for ever hereafter by him the said Cecil 
George Savile Foljambe, Baron Hawkesbury & his descendants 
according to the Laws of Arms In witness whereof I the said Garter 
Principal King of Arms have to these Presents subscribed my name & 
affixed the Seal of my Office this tenth day of October in the Fifty 
seventh year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lady Victoria, by the Grace 
of God of the LTnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen 
Defender of the Faith &c. and in the year of Our Lord one thousand 
eight hundred and ninety three. 






Pedigyce of Brown. 



Thomas Brown of Upper Tooting, co. Surrey (son of= 
Thomas Brown of Newbury, co. Berks, by Martha 
Stowers his wife) ; born at Newbury 25 April 1742 ; 
East Indian Merchant; died, aged 80, 16 March 1822, 
and bur. at Streatham, co. Surrey. M.I. 



=Hannah, 2nd dau. of Robert Heptinstall of 
Houndhill Hall, Ackworth, co. York, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Christopher 
Cross of Wragby; born 9 Nov. 1739; marr. 
31 Jan. 1764; died, aged 87, 8 Dec. 1826. 



I I 
Elizabeth, born 15 February 
1765; marr. 10 May 1785, 
William Kilburn of Walling- 
ton, CO. Surrey (only son of 
Samuel Kilburn, by Sarah 
Johnston his wife) ; born in 
Capel Street, Dublin, in 1745; 
died at Wallington, in the 
73rd year of his age, 23 
December 18 18, and bur. 
at Beddington, co. Surrey; 
She died at Bertram House, 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 
27 July 1848. 

I 
Samuel Wilse Brown, born 
14 April 1766; died 10 
December 1777. 



Joseph Thomas Browri, born in 
London 21 June 1767; marr. at 
Calcutta 29 December 1787, Mary 
Anne Shipton of Watford, co. 
Herts ; died 5 December 1803 
in England. He marr. 2ndly, at 
Ludlow, CO. Salop, 24 June 1806, 
Mary, 2nd dau. of Rev. Samuel 
Sneade ; born at Netley Hall, Dor- 
rington, co. Salop, 21 March 17S0; 
died at Fromefield House, Fronie, 
CO. Somerset, 11 August, bur. at 
Weston, near Bath, 16 August 1858. 
He died at Winifred House, Bath, 2 1 
June 1817, and was bur. at Weston. 



(See "Visitatio?i of England and 
Waks," Vol I., page 51.) 



I I I 

Mary, born 30 August 1768; 

died in January 1769. 

Harriett, born 23 Decem- 
ber 1769; died 3 July 
1787, bur. at St. Vedast's, 
Foster Lane, London. 

Robert Brown of Wellfield 
House, Streatham ; born 
15 April 1 771 ; marr. at 
Mitcham, co. Surrey, 19 
August 1797, Sarah Fenn- 
ing of Ravensbury, who 
died, aged 77, 9 February 
1847. He died, aged 77, 
15 January 1847, bur. at 
Streatham. 



Henry Brown of the Madras Civil 
Service; born 30 June 1772; marr. 
at Madras 27 November 1799, Ann, 
eldest dau. of Richard Sewell, and 
niece of Henry Sewell of Madras and 
Chelsea, London. He died at Ram- 
nad, near Madras, 30 December 1808. 
She marr. 2ndly, 29 November 1810, 
Captain Thomas Frazer of the Madras 
Engineers, and died 28 November 

I 

(See "-Visitation of England and 

Wales," Vol. II., page 25.) 



.1. I 
William Brown, born 2 Au- 
gust 1773; died 24 March 
1774- _ 

Sophia, born 24 October 
1774; marr. at Streatham 
7 May 1796, Edward Ken- 
sington, who died, aged 70, 
24 November 1841, and 
bur. at Streatham. She 
died 2 September 1845, and 
bur. at Streatham. 



George Brown, born 15 De- 
cember 1775 ; of the Bom- 
bay Civil Service, Member 
of Council, Bombay, 18 10, 
Acting-Governor of Bom- 
bay 181 1 ; marr. 16 Feb- 
ruary 181 I, Hannah Roberts 
of Grittleton House, co. 
Wilts, who died, aged 88, 
12 February 1876, and bur. 
at Stopham, co. Sussex. He 
died I May 1819, and bur. 
at Streatham. =r 
A 



Benjamin Brown of The Cedars, 
Clapham Common, co. Surrey ; 
born 18 July 1777 ; marr. 12 
May 1803, Mary, dau. of Charles 
Rogers of Stanage Park, co. Rad- 
nor, and sister of Edward Rogers, 
M.P. for Bishop's Castle; died 
at Bath 5 June 185 1, and bur. at 
Brampton Brian, co. Hereford. 
He died s.p. at Bath 18 May 
1853, and bur. at Brampton 
Brian. 



Rev. Charles Brown, born 
21 November 1780 ; Rec- 
tor of Whitestone, co. 
Devon, for 43 years ; marr. 
at Tooting, co. Surrey, 14 
May 1807, Mary, youngest 
dau. of John Clarke of 
Tooting; died 10 Sep- 
tember 1837. He died 
at Whitestone 31 October 
1856. y 



Anne, born 14 Nov. 1782 ; marr. 
at Streatham 3 Oct. 1803, John 
Fox Seaton, Banker, of Ponte- 
fract, CO. York, who died in Dec. 
1829. She died 20 Feb, 1821, 
and bur. at Streatham. 



Douglas Brown, born 21 Nov. 
1785 ; died, aged 19 months, 
2 July 1787, and bur. at St. 
Vedast's, Foster Lane, London. 



Book-plate of Frederick Angushis Blaydes, late of S hens tone 
Lodge, Bedford, now of Egerton House, Berkkamstead. 



Evidences relating to the Blaydes Family. Blaydes. 

Written on the fly-leaves of a New Testament "Imprinted at London" °' 'P"54J- 
dy Robert Barker, 1638. Formerly belonging to the De La Pryme 
Family, now in the possession of Major H. Seymour Blaydes. 

Hugh Blaydes & Elizabeth Prime married y= 28"' Aprill 1728. 
Hugh Blaydes born y= 29* Jan. 172I & was buried 2o"» of feb. 172I. 
Ehzabeth Blaydes born y<= 26''' March 171-^ died Sept. 10 day 1734. 
Francias was born Aprill the 10 day 1731. 

Benjamin was born 26 August 1732 & died December y= 26''^ day 1733. 
The seckond Ben. wass born 5 day of March 173!.' 
Peter wass Born May y= 26''^ 1737 & died Aprill i day 1738. 
Ben Blaydes married Kitty Scott ^ 1775 at Mary-le-bon and had 
Ben Blaydes born 5"^ August 1776 at Melton. 
Hugh Blaydes born g''' August 1777 at Melton. 
Katherine Ann Blaydes. 
Christopher Blaydes. 
Ben Blaydes married Eliz. Knowlesley at Cottingham and had Elizabeth, 
Kitty, Marianne, Frances, & Lucy who died 1810. (See Pedigree 
on next page). 
Hugh Blaydes married Delia Maria Wood 19 March 1800 at Ripen & 
had 

Delia Katherine born 12* July 1801 at HoUin. 
G.F. Benj" Blaydes Esq. of Melton. 
G.M. Mrs. Wood, Miss Machell, of Beverley. 
Louisa Anne born 20"^ March 1804. 
G.F. Richard Wood, Esq. 

G.M. Hon"': Mrs. Cha^ Vane, Miss Louisa Wood. 
Harriett Elizabeth born i3"> March 1805. 
G.F. Cha^ Boynton Wood Esq. 
G.M. Miss Wood, Mrs. Blount of Petersham. 
Hugh Marvell born 22 Oct. 1806. 

G.F. Benj° Blaydes, Esq. of Beverley, Henry Richard 

Wood, Esq. 
G.M. Hon^'^ Mrs. C. Vane, Mrs. Cooke [or Croke] of 
Campsmount. 
Henrietta Christina 3 born 16 March 1809 at Ranby. 
G.F. Samuel Baker, Esq. 

G.M. Hon^^ Mrs. C. Vane, Mrs. Crawley of Ragnal, Notts. 
Charles Ben. born 9''' April 181 2 at Ranby. 

G.F. Captain W" Croft, of Stillington, R.N. 
G.M. Mrs. Blaydes, of Beverley, Miss Jane Fenton [of] 
Loversall. 
Emmehne Sophia born i6'*> April 1815 at Ranby. 
G.F. Henry W"' Maister, Esq., of Woodhall. 
G.M. Mrs. Henry Wood, Hollin Hall, Mrs. Colonel Waller 
[or Walker]. 
Frederick Henry Marvell Blaydes born 29"" Sept. i8i8 at Hamp- 
ton Court Green. 
G.F. Captain George Stiriing, of Glorat, N.B., Captain 

H. A. Gladwin, of the 13 Dragoons. 
G.M. Mrs. Fursdon, of Fursdon, Devon, Miss Middleton, 
of Denbighshire. 



Blaydes, Hugh Blaydes died Feb. 15"', 1829 at Hampstead was b. at S' Georges' 
[Vol. I, p. 54]. Hanover Square Feb. 2^''. N"" 3 vault 821. 

Harriet Eliz. died in London Nov. 1824 was buried sa. place 2 vault 

638 m. 
Hugh Marvel Blaydes d. at Halifax, N.S. 26 Jan. 1836 & was buried 

there. 
C. B. Blaydes m. at St. Mary Islington s'^^ Oct. 1844 Martha Jackson 

d. of William Jackson, of Aldborough, Yorks, age 23. 
H[arry] S[eymour] born ;''» March 1851 at 5 Bloomfield Terrace, Harrow 

R* Paddington. 

' "This Benjamin Blaydes was y'^ younger son of Hugh Blaydes 
Lord of the Manors of Sutton cum Stoneferry, and Sculcoates in Ebor. 
and Elizabeth De-La-Pryme of Hatfield n'' Doncaster. He succeeded 
his elder Brother Hugh Blaydes who died unmarried in London in the 
year 1767 & he had a sister Frances Blaydes who also died unmarried 
S'd May 1795." 

^ " Kitty Scott was second daughter & coheiress of Christopher 
Scott of Aldborough in Holderness Esq., & Ann Clarke of Askham 
Bryan n"' York. Her eldest sister Mary married to William Wilson, 
Esq., of Pontefract, Recorder of Bervvick-upon-Tweed, and left issue, 
and her younger sister Ann to Colonel Christopher Machell of Beverley 
formerly of Crackenthorpe in Westmoreland and left issue. The afore- 
said Christopher Scott married 2'y Sarah Carr of Dunston Hill in the 
Cy of Durham by whom he had only one daughter Sarah Isabella the 
wife of John Alderson, Doctor of Physic, and left issue." 

3 " So named after her Godmother and Cousin, Henrietta [only 
daughter & heir of the Hon'^''= Charles Vane, of Mount Ida in Norfolk 
(6"> son of Gilbert 2""* Baron Barnard, of Barnard Castle, co. Durham), 
by Elizabeth, his wife, married Feb. 1776, Elizabeth eldest daughter of 
Richard Wood, of Hollin Hall, Esq] who was married 20 August 1795 
to Sir Wilham Langham, of Cottesbrooke Park, co. Northampton, Bart. 



Benjamin Blaydes (eldest son=rElizabeth, daughtei 

of Benjamin Blaydes by 

Kitty Scott his wife) ; born at 

Melton, CO. Yorks, 5 August 

1776 ; died at Cheltenham 

in 1840. 



of 
George Knowlesley of 
Cottingham, near Hull, co. 
Yorks ; died at Budleigh 
Salterton, co. Devon, i 
August 1826. 



II I III 

Elizabeth, born Frances, born 19 March 1802; Mary Anne, born 

7 January 1798; marr. at East Budleigh, co. 28 October 1803. 

bur. at Teign- Devon, 11 June 1846, Vincent — 

mouth 12 July Beatty (son of James Beatty), Lucy, died in 

1882. Captain 24th Light Dragoons. 

— She was bur. at East Budleigh 

Katherine,born3 27 December 1884. 
November 1800. 

60 



181C 
Emily. 



Moimmental Inscriptions. Blaydes. 

[Vol. I, p. 54]. 
SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF HUGH BLAYDES, ESQ. LORD OF THE 
MANORS OF SUTTON CUM BRANSHOLME, & SCULCOATES, GRANDSON OF 
JAMES BLAYDES & ANN MARVELL HIS WIFE: OB. 9 APRIL 1 759 K.T. 74. 
AND OF ELIZABETH HIS WIFE, DAUGHTER OF PETER DE LA PRVME OF 
HATFIELD IN THIS COUNTY ESQ. OB. 20 AUG. 1772 ^T. 67 LEAVING 
3 CHILDREN VIZ. HUGH BLAYDES ESQ. WHO DIED UNMARRIED 8 APRIL 
1767 m.T. 33, FRANCES BLAYDES OB. 3 MAY 1 795 ^T. 65, BENJAMIN 
BLAYDES OF HIGH PAULL IN THIS PARISH ESQ. WHO DIED 28 OCT. 1805 
iET. 71. HE MARRIED KITTY 2"° DR. & CO-HEIRESS OF CHRISTOPHER 
SCOTT OF ALDBRO' ESQ. WHO DIED 20 NOV. 1 782 ^T. 34, BY WHOM HE 
HAD 4 CHILDREN BENJAMIN, HUGH, CATHERINE ANN OBT. 24 DEC. I 798 
iET. 21 & CHRISTR. OB. 23 MAY 1 783 AGED 4. HARRIET ELIZABETH 
THE BELOVED DR. OF HUGH BLAYDES OF HIGH PAULL IN THIS PARISH 
& OF RANBY HALL IN THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM ESQ.; & DELIA MARIA 
HIS WIFE DR. OF RICHARD WOOD OF HOLIN HALL IN THE CO. OF YORK 
ESQ. DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE 9™ OF NOV. 1824 AGED I9. HUGH 
BLAYDES OF HIGH PAULL IN THIS PARISH WHO DIED FEB. 15, 1829 IN THE 
51 YEAR OF HIS AGE. HE WAS ACTING MAGISTRATE FOR NOTTINGHAM- 
SHIRE FOR WHICH COUNTY HE SERVED THE OFFICE OF HIGH SHERIFF 
DURING THE ALARMING DISTURBANCES OF THE LUDDITES IN THE YEAR 
181 2 & WAS FOR SOME TIME MAJOR IN THE 3"" WEST YORK MILITIA. 
HUGH MARVELL BLAYDES OF HIGH PAULL DEPARTED THIS LIFE 21 JAN. 
1836 AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS AT HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA, IN THE 28™ 
YEAR OF HIS AGE. 

Mural inscription in tJu chancel of tlie church of SS. Andrew 
and Mary, High-Paull, co. York. 



HERE 

LIE INTERRED 

THE BODIES OF 

MARY WIFE OF THE 

REV. ISAAC THOMPSON 

MINISTER OF THIS CHURCH 

WHO DIED JAN" S'^" 1745 

AGED 33 YEARS. 

AND OF MARY THEIR DAUGHTER 

WHO DIED AUGUST THE 7^^" 1 758 

AGED 18 YEARS. 

AND MARGARET WHO DIED 

AN INFANT, ALSO THE ABOVE NAM'd 

REV. ISAAC THOMPSON 

WHO DIED THE 12^" OF JAN'^' 1 777 

IN THE 72™ YEAR OF HIS AGE. 



Mural inscription in St. Mary's Church, Hull. 
61 



Blaydes. to the memory 

[Vol. I, p. 54]. OF BENJAMIN BLAYDES ESQ. OF 

MELTON AND OF HIGH PAUL, 

WHO DIED 20™ OCT"^ 1805 AGED 70. 

ALSO, OF KITTY HIS WIFE, DAUGHTER AND 

COHEIRESS OF CHRISTOPHER SCOTT ESQ. 

OF ALDBORO' IN HOLDERNESS, 

WHO DIED 20''"" NOV" 1 782 AGED 34 

BY WHOM HE HAD FOUR CHILDREN 

BENJAMIN, HUGH, 

CATHERINE ANN, WHO DIED 24™ DEC" 

1798 AGED 20 AND CHRISTOPHER WHO 

DIED IN HIS INFANCY. 

Mural inscription in St. Mary's Church, Hull. 



IN MEMORY OF 

BENJAMIN BLAYDES ESQ" 

WHO DIED THE 27^" OF JUNE 

I771, AGED 62 

AND OF JAMES SMITH, ESQ" WHO 

DIED THE 10^" OF NOV" 1 785 AGED 

43 YEARS. 

ALSO OF ELIZABETH SMITH 

ELDEST DAUGHTER OF 

JAMES AND ELIZABETH SMITH, 

SHE DIED ON THE 8'^" OF DECEMBER 

1 83 1, AGED 56 YEARS. 

AND OF ELIZABETH RELICT OF THE 

ABOVE JAMES SMITH ESQ" 

WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON THE 

21^'^ OF JANUARY 1835 & 

AGED 93 YEARS. 

Mural inscription in St. Afary's Church, Hull. 



ROBERT NETTLETON, ALDERMAN, SOMETIME MAYOR OF THIS TOWN, 
INTERR'D MAY 8, 1706. HAD 1 3 CHILDREN BY LYDIA HIS WIFE, 7 OF 
WHICH WERE BURY'd IN THIS GRAVE. SHE WAS DAUGHTER OF MR. JAMES 
BLAYDES, AND ANNE HIS WIFE, DAUGHTER TO THE REVEREND ANDREW 
MARVELL AND SISTER TO ANDREW MARVELL, ESQ.; WHO ABOUT TWENTY 
YEARS SERVED THIS TOWN AS MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT. 

In the south aisle of Holy Trinity Church, Kingston-upon-Hull. 



IN MEMORY OF 
ELIZABETH BLAYDES 
WHO DIED JULY 12''" 1882 
AGED 81 YEARS. 

Teignmouth Cemetery, co. Devon. 
62 




FACSIMILE OF A BRASS I 



Pedigree of Page-Turner of Ambrosden, co. Oxford, Battlesden Blaydes. 
Park, CO. Bedford, and IVricklemarsh, co. Kent. [Voi. i,p.s4.] 

Arms. — Quarterly of 4 : 1st and 4th, A fer-de-moline, pierced, sable, Turner ; 2nd and 3rd, Azure, 

a fesse indented between three martlets or, Page. 
Crests. — A lion passant guardant argent, ducally crowned or, holding in the dexter paw a fer-de- 

moline sable, Turner ; A demi-horse per pale dancettee, or and azure, Page. 
Motto. — Vincit qui patitur. 



Sir Edward Turner, 2nd Bart., of Ambrosden, 
CO. Oxford, Battlesden, co. Bedford, and 
Sunbury, co. Middlesex; died in 1760. 



=|=Cassandra, eldest dau. of William Leigh of Adles- 
trop, CO. Gloucester, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
Theophilus Leigh, by the Hon'''^ Mary his wife, 
dau. of James Brydges, Duke of Chandos. 



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Elizabeth, bapt. at Ambrosden 19 February 1740; marr. at Sunbury 14 
December 1767, Thomas Twisleton of Broughton Castle, co. Oxford, Colo- 
nel in the 3rd Regiment of Guards. He claimed and was allowed the 
Barony of Saye-and-Sele, and was summoned to Parliament by writ dated 
29 June 1781. He died i July 1788, leaving issue, and was bur. at 
Broughton. Lady Saye-and-Sele died i April 1816. =t= 



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I I 

John Turner, born 
1742 ; died in July, 
bur. at Bicester, co. 
Oxford, 3 August 

1743- _ 

John Turner, born 
2 October, bapt. at 
Ambrosden 7 No- 
vember 1744 ; bur. 
at Bicester 8 June 
1751- 



Sir Gregory Osborne Page-Turner of Ambrosden, and of Battlesden, =j=Eleanor Eliza, only dau. 



4th Baronet; born at Portland Place, London, 28 September, bapt. 
at St. Marylebone Parish Church, London, 20 October 1785; M.A. 
of Brazenose College, Oxford, 13 June 1809, and D.C.L. 17 June 
1818, High Sheriff for co. Bedford 1810; died 6 March, bur. at 
Bicester 15 March 1843. Will dated 15 June 1841, proved in P.C.C. 




of John Wolsey Bayfield 
of Bayfield, co. Norfolk, 
Captain ist Regiment 
Surrey Militia ; marr. at 
St. George-the-Martyr, 
Bloomsbury, London, 28 
April 18 18. She marr. 
2ndly, J. G. Cholmond- 
ley, 15 Aug. 1844, and 
died at Cromer 2 1 Nov. 
1844, and bur. there. 



Helen Elizabeth, only dau. and heiress, born 6 February, bapt. 
at St. Marylebone Parish Church 9 February 1820 ; marr. 22 Au- 
gust 1 838, Rev. Charles Gulliver Fryer, Vicar of Eltham, co. Kent, 
afterwards of Sussex Square, Brighton ; assumed, by Royal 
Letters Patent, dated 29 April 1875, the surname of Page in 
addition to, and before that of Fryer ; died s.p. 2 August, bur. 
at Battlesden 8 August 1884. 



Gregory Osborne Page-Turner, 
born 23 January, bapt. at St. 
Marylebone Parish Church 
23 April 1822 ; died 30 
March, bur. at Bicester 16 
April 1823. 




Cassandra, born 28 February 1745, 
bapt. at Ambrosden, co. Oxford, 
26 March 1746 ; niarr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, 
6 February 1771, Martin Bladen 
(eldest son and heir of Edward, Lord 
Hawke, of Towton, co. York). He 
succeeded to the title on the death of 
his father. Admiral Lord Hawke, in 
1 78 1, and died 27 March 1S05, bur. 
at Stoneham, co. Hants. She 
died 13 November 181 3, and was 
bur. at Stoneham. 



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I 

Sir Gregory Page-Turner, born 16= 
February, bapt. at Ambrosden 14 
March 1,748 ; succeeded to the 
estates and baronetcy on the death 
of his father. Sir Edward Turner, 
2nd Bart., in 1760; High Sheriff for 
CO. Oxford 1783, M.P. for Thirske, 
CO. York, 1784-1805 ; assumed, 
by Royal Sign-manual, dated 15 
November 1755, the name of Page 
in addition to, and before that of 
Turner, and also licence to quarter 
the arms of Page with those of Tur- 
ner, out of gratitude and respect to 
the memory of his great-uncle. Sir 
Gregory Page of Wricklemarsh, co. 
Kent, Bart., whose estates and for- 
tune he inherited ; died 4 January, 
bur. at Bicester, co. Oxford, in the 
family vault, 16 January 1805. Will 
dated 17 May 1790, proved in P.C.C. 
in February 1805 



■Frances, dau. of 
Joseph and Anne 
Howell of Elm, 
near Wisbeach, 
CO. Cambridge ; 
marr. by special 
licence at No. 1 1 
Portland Place, 
in the parish of 
St. Marylebone, 
London, 2 Jan. 
1785 ; died at 
Rome 1 2 Feb. 
i828,andwasbur. 
in the Protestant 
Cemetery there. 
Will dated 2 7 May 
1826, admon 

granted to Emily 
Maria Page-Tur- 
neri5Aprili853, 
Exors having re- 
nounced. 



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I I 
Frances Stacpoole, born at 
Bath, CO. Somerset, 15 Jan- 
uary 1787; died unmarried 
14 March, bur. at Bicester 
24 March 1S04. 



Mary, bapt. at Bicester 18 
February 1784; bur. there 
16 June 1788. 



Sir Edward George Thomas=j=Sophia, 
Page-Turner, born at Port- 
land Place, London, 12 Sept., 
bapt. at St. Marylebone Parish 
Church 5 Oct. 17S9; suc- 
ceeded his brother as sth 
Bart. ; died intestate at Tun- 
bridge Wells, CO. Kent, 10 
Oct., bur. in the family vault 
at Bicester 21 Oct. 1846. 



3rd dau. of Andrew 
Williams of i Moira Place, 
Southampton, Physician-General 
and Colonel Hon''''' East Indian 
Co's Service ; born at the Poly- 
gon, Southampton, 2 6 March 1 7 94 ; 
marr. at St. James', Piccadilly, 
London, i December 181 8; died 
20 Jan., bur. in the family vault 
at Bicester 27 Jan. 1854. 



I . . . . 

Fanny Maria (coheiress with her sisters); born 25 October 1819, 
and bapt. at St. James', Piccadilly ; marr. at St. Marylebone Parish 
Church 17 June 1843, Rev. Frederick Henry Marvell Blaydes 
(son of Hugh Blaydes of High Paull, co. York, and of Ranby Hall, 
CO. Nottingham, by Delia Maria his wife, 2nd dau. of Colonel 
Richard Wood of Hollin Hall, co. York); born at Hampton Court 
Green, co. Middlesex, 29 September 1818; Student of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 20 October 1836, B.A. 1840, M.A. 
1843, Vicar of Harringworth, co. Northampton, 1843-86; Editor 
of " Aristophanes and Sophocles "; LL.D. Dublin University, causa 
honoris, 28 June 1888. She died, aged 64, 21 August, and was bur. at 
Harringworth 26 August 1884. =[= 



(See "Visitation of England and Wales,'' Vol. I., page ^J.) 



Katherine Jane, bapt. at 
Boulogne 7 June 1821 ; 
marr. 11 October 1862, 
at St. James', Padding- 
ton, London, Frederick 
St. Vincent (eldest son 
of the late John Bourke 
Ricketts, and nephew of 
the late Thomas Bourke 
Ricketts of Coombe, co. 
Hereford) ; he died s.p. 
9 March, bur. in Bromp- 
ton Cemetery, London, 
16 March 1S91. 



64 



Edward Turner, born 
9 July 1749, bapt. at 
Ambrosdeu, co. Ox- 
ford, same day ; bur. 
at Bicester, co. Ox- 
ford 20 March 1755. 



William Turner, born 26 September, bapt. at Ambrosden 5 October 
1750 ; matriculated at Magdalen College, Oxford, 21 November 1767; 
died s.p. 20 November, bur. at Bicester 3 December 1819. 




I 
Sir Henry Winston Barron of Glennana and Barron-=[=Anna Leigh Guy, 

born at Battlesden 
Park, CO. Bedford, 
9 August, bapt. 21 
August 1791, at 
Battlesden ; marr. 
at the British Em- 
bassy, Paris, 29 
April 1822 ; died 
22 November 1852. 



court, CO. Waterford, Ireland, Bart.; born 15 October 
1795; created a Baronet 18 October 1841, J. P. and 
Deputy-Lieutenant for co. Waterford, and High Sheriff 
in 1S57, I\LP. for co. Waterford 1832-52, and 1865-70. 
He marr. in 1863, as his 2nd wife, the Hon"": Augusta 
Anne, youngest dau. of the late General Lord Charles 
Somerset, and granddau. of Henry, 5th Duke of Beau- 
fort. He died 19 April 1872, bur. at Ferrybank, 
Slieverne, near Waterford. 



.1 
Francis William 
Martin Page- 
Turner, born 15 
February, bapt. 
at St. Maryle- 
bone, London, 
22 March 1794; 
was of the 10th 
Royal Hussars ; 
died28April,bur. 
at Bicester 14 
May 1818. 



Sir Edward Henry Page-Turner of Battlesden Park and Ambrosden ; born at Boulogne 3 
October, bapt. at the Protestant Church, Rue de Temple, 30 October 1S23 ; matriculated at 
Christ Church, Oxford, 19 October 1843, B.A. 1847, M.A. 1852; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Brompton, Marion, dau. of Charles Otway; died s.p. 24 March, bur. in Brompton Cemetery 31 
March 1874. Will dated 21 July 1873, proved in P.C.C. 9 May 1874. Devised all his estates 
in the counties of Bedford, Oxford and Middlesex, in tail male upon the issue of his eldest 
sister, Fanny Maria Blaydes. The Baronetcy at his death devolved upon his cousin. Sir Henry 
Edward Leigh Dryden of Canons Ashby, co. Northampton, Bart. 




J^^Mo- 



John Turner, bapt. at Ambrosden, co. Oxford, ii November 1752; marr. 
at St. Marylebone Parish Church, London, 24 May 1781, Elizabeth, dau. and 
coheir of Bevill Dryden (grandson of Sir Erasmus Dryden of Canons Ashby, 
CO. Northampton, 6th Bart.); assumed, by Royal Sign-manual dated 16 
December 1792, the surname and arras of Dryden only; created a Baronet 
2 May 1795; died 16 April 1797, and bur. at Canons Ashby. 



I 
Mary, bapt. at 
Ambrosden 14 
Nov. 1753; 
bur. at Bices- 
ter, CO. Oxford, 
5 Feb. 1754. 



£^^^i^?u^^ 



Sir Henry Page-Turner Barron, Bart. ; Emily Frances, born at Paris 12 November 1826 
born 27 December 1825 ; Secretary to marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 10 



the British Embassy at Constantinople, 
and Attach^ to the British Legation 
at Stutgart. 




February 1852, Frederick Charles Polhill of Howbury 
Hall, CO. Bedford, Captain Carabineers, M.P. for the 
Borough of Bedford 1874-80; assumed, by Royal 
Licence, the surname and arms of Turner in addition 
to, and after that of Polhill, in compliance with the will 
of the Dowager Frances, Lady Page-Turner; bur. at 
Renhold, co. Bedford, 30 August 1881. 
=r 



Emily Mary, bapt. at Boulogne 16 August 1824; of 22 
Westbourne Street, London ; died unmarried at Folkestone, 
CO. Kent, 13 February, bur. in Willesden Cemetery, co 
Middlesex, 19 February 1885. 



I 
Arthur Augustus Page-Turner, 
bapt. at Boulogne 16 May 
1832, and bur. there 3 May 
1835- 



?^MAau, 



Seals used by members of the Page- Tzirner Family. 



Collier. From the Family Bible. 

[Vol. I, p. 56.] 

IN MEMORY OF GEORGE COLLIER THE SON OF GEORGE 

AND MARY COLLIER WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 

NOVEMBER II'^" 1 81 7 AGED I YEAR & ^ MONTHS. 

ALSO WILLIAM COLLIER THE SON OF GEORGE & MARY 

COLLIER WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE DECEMBER 

16^" 1 82 1 AGED I YEAR & I WEEK. 

IN MEMORY OF GEORGE COLLIER FATHER OF 

THE ABOVE CHILDREN WHO DEPARTED THIS 

LIFE NOVEMBER 1 2^^" 1 833 AGED 46 YEARS. 

IN MEMORY OF GEORGE COLLIER, THE GRANDFATHER 

OF THE ABOVE CHILDREN WHO DEPARTED THIS 

LIFE JULY 15^" 1820 AGED 57 YEARS. 



Monumental Inscriptions. 



IN MEMORY OF 

GEORGE COLLIER 

WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 

NOV: 12™ 1833 AGED 46 YEARS. 

ALSO OF MARY, WIFE OF THE ABOVE 

WHO DIED sept" 12''" 1852 

AGED 64 YEARS. 

ALSO OF GEORGE, WILLIAM, AND 

SARAH ANN, CHILDREN OF THE ABOVE 

WHO DIED IN THEIR INFANCY. 

ALSO OF ELLEN, DAUGHTER OF 

THE ABOVE NAMED 

GEORGE AND MARY COLLIER 

WHO DIED JAN. 13^" 1 853 

AGED 23 YEARS. 

ALSO IN MEMORY OF THE 

REV° CHARLES COLLIER, M.A., F.S.A., 

RECTOR OF CHILBOLTON, HAMPSHIRE, 

AND HONORARY CANON OF WINCHESTER 

SON OF THE ABOVE NAMED 

GEORGE AND MARY COLLIER 

WHO DIED ON THE 4'^" MAY 1890 AGED 7 1 YEARS 

AND WHOSE REMAINS NOW LIE IN THE QUIET 

CHURCHYARD AT CHILBOLTON. 

A BROTHER BELOVED. 

On a slab in the Parish Churchyard of Sheffield. 



IN MEMORY OF MARY THE ColHer. 

DAUGHTER OF GEORGE AND [Vol. I, p. 56.] 

SARAH COLLIER WHO DIED 
THE 4™ OF JUNE l8l2 AGED I 
YEAR AND 8 MONTHS. ALSO OF 
SARAH THEIR DAUGHTER WHO 
DEPARTED THIS LIFE APRIL II''" 
1843 AGED 2 2 YEARS. ALSO OF 
SARAH WIFE OF THE ABOVE GEO. 
COLLIER WHO DEPARTED THIS 
LIFE APRIL II'^" 1846 IN THE 70"^" 
YEAR OF HER AGE. 

On a slab in the Parish Churchyard of Sheffield. 



IN MEMORY OF JARVIS 

COLLIER WHO DIED NOV" 

18, 1808 AGED 46 YEARS. 

ALSO JOHN SON OF THE ABOVE 

JARVIS COLLIER WHO DIED 

THE 22**° OF JANUARY l8l2 

AGED 2 2 YEARS. ALSO MARY 

THE WIFE OF THE ABOVE 

JARVIS COLLIER DIED 7™ 

OCT" 1828 AGED 66 YEARS. 

ALSO OF WILLIAM COLLIER 

DIED JANUARY I^'^ 1 848 AGED 

13 YEARS AND 7 MONTHS. 



On a slab in the Parish Churchyard of Sheffield. 



IN MEMORY OF 

FANNY VALE COLLIER 

DAUGHTER OF 

THE REV° CHARLES COLLIER, M.A. 

AND MARTHA ELIZA HIS WIFE 

WHO DIED JANUARY 3"° 1853 

AGED I YEAR AND ^ MONTHS. 

In Eccksall Churchyard, co. York. 



TO THE 

DEAR MEMORY OF 

THE REV. CHARLES COLLIER, M.A., F.S.A., 

HONORARY CANON OF WINCHESTER 

AND RECTOR OF THIS PARISH 

WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE MAY 4™ 189O 

AGED 71 YEARS. 

In Chilbolton Churchyard, co. Hants. 



69 



Collier, the above window is dedicated by his friends to the memory of 

[Vol. I, p. 56.] THE REV. CHARLES COLLIER, M.A., F.S.A., HONORARY CANON OF 

WINCHESTER, RECTOR OF THIS PARISH, NINETEEN YEARS 

PRINCIPAL OF THE DIOCESAN TRAINING COLLEGE, ELEVEN 

YEARS VICAR OF ANDOVER, HE WAS SUDDENLY CALLED TO HIS 

REST ON SUNDAY MORNING MAY 4™ 1890, AGED 7 1 YEARS. 

On a brass beloiv memorial window in Chilbolton Church, 
CO. Hants. 



THIS BRASS WAS ERECTED 

BY HIS WIDOW AND CHILDREN 

IN LOVING MEMORY OF 

JOHN COLLIER 

(formerly OF SHEFFIELD) 

WHO DIED AT OAKLEIGH, BRIDLINGTON, 

JANUARY 20^^" 1897 AGED 74 YEARS. 

Arms. — Sable, a cross patee fltchee or. Crest. — Between 
two eagle's wings erect or, a cross as in the arms. 
Motto. — Nemo sine cruce beatus. 

On a brass at Bridlington Priory. 



(£!. ^2^^c^ 



Signature of the Rev. Canon Collier, 

born 22 January 1 819, and died 

4 May 1890. 



Signature of John Collier of Signature of Elizabeth, eldest daughter of 

Sheffield ; bom 26 Decern- Thomas Jarvis of Sheffield, and wife of 

ber 1822. John Collier; born 7 January 1826. 



/k^^ 




Facsimile of a Silhouette of John Collier, born at 
Sheffield 26 December 1822, died 20 January i8gj, 
in the possession of the Rev. Carus Vale Collier. 



Facsimile of a Silhotiette of Elizabeth, eldest datighter 
of Thomas Jarvis, born at Sheffield 7 Jay.uary 1826, in the 
possession of the Rev. Carus Vale Collier. 




Pedigree of Eales. 



Richard Eales of Ashburton, CO. Devon=j=Elizabeth, dau. of John 
(son of John Eales); bapt. there 15 ; Sparke ; bapt. 21 Decem- 
May 1696; died 13, and bur. there i ber 1687, at Ashburton; 
15 October 1762, aged 66. M.I. i marr. there 10 September 
Will dated 11 October 1672, proved 9 I 1716; died 26, and bur. 
November 1762, in the Peculiar Court there 29 May 1774, aged 
of the Dean and Chapter of Exeter. 87. M.I. 

A 

i \ 

John Eales of Ash- Richard Eales of=j=^^inifred, dau. of Thomas 

burton; bapt. there Ashburton; bapt. j Smerdon, by Winifred his 

24 June 1717; died there 2 S December wife ; bapt. 5 October 

18, and bur. there 1725; died 28 June, 1731, at Buckland in the 

29 July 1801, aged andbur. there 3 July 1 Moor, co. Devon; marr. 

84. M.I. Willdated iSoo,aged75. M.I. bylicence2iMarchi757, 

March 1801, Will dated i April at Ashburton; died there 

proved 12 October 1800, proved 2 June 9, andbur. 14 April 181 1, 

tSo2, in C.P.C. iSoi, in C.P.C. aged 50. M.I. 



I 
Richard Eales of Eastdon, 
House, Starcross, co. Devon, 
and Castle Street, Exeter ; 
Lord of Manor of Dawlish, 
CO. Devon, Clerk of the 
Peace for that county 12 
June 1798; born 18 Au- 
gust, and bapt. 19 September 
1759, at Ashburton; died 21, 
and bur. 28 February 1S52, 
at Starcross, aged 92. M.I. 



^Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Peter 
Young of Netherex, co. 
Devon, by Salome his \vife, 
dau. of Thomas Martyn of 
Kenton, co. Devon ; born 30 
September 1763, bapt. 12 
March 1764, at Netherex; 
marr. by licence 2 July 1785, 
at St. Paul's, Exeter; died 
4, and bur. 11 January 1843, 
at Starcross, aged 80. M.I. 



I 
John Eales of= 
Swannaton, in 
parish of Stoke 
Fleming, co. 
Devon, R.N. ; 
bapt. 6 July 
1762, at Ash- 
burton ; died at 
Warfleet, bur. 
1 7 February 
1846, at Stoke 
Fleming, aged 
83- 



Charles Thomas Eales=j=Frances Elizabeth, dau. of George 



of Eastdon and The 
Mall, Clifton, near 
Bristol (only son) ; 
died 24 February 
1874, aged 80, bur. 
at Arno's Vale Ceme- 
tery. 



Daniel of Exeter, M.D., by his 
^nfe, Harriet, dau. of Sir Richard 
Warwick Bampfylde of Poltimore, 
CO. Devon, Bart. ; marr. by hcence 
(dated 14 May 1823) 20 May 
1823, at St. Stephen's, Exeter; 
died 3 1 August i87i,£etat. 71, bur. 
at Arno's Vale Cemetery. M.I. 



/k 

(See ^'■Visitation of England and Wales," Vol. I., page §8.) 



=Susan, dau. of 
William Hoyles, 
by Ann his wife ; 
bapt. at Dart- 
mouth, CO. Devon 
10 Sept. 1779; 
marr. there by 
licence 19 Aug. 
1802 ; died at 
Swannaton, bur. 
22 Aug. 1835, 
aged 56, at Stoke 
Fleming. Ad- 
nion granted to 
her husband 19 
May 1836. 



Ill I 

Anne, born 1 1 Susan", born 9 Elizabeth, born John Richard Maguyre=pMary, born 2 

Julyi8o3;bur. Dec. 1804; 24 June 1809; Cooke, Merchant (son Dec. 1806; marr. 

20 January bur. 6 Sept. died 27 August, of Robert Wormwould i 12 March 1846, 

1889, at Stoke 1889, at Stoke bur. 3 September Cooke, Captain the j atStokeFleming; 

Fleming, aged Fleming. 1883, at Stoke Army); died 19, bur. 21 j bur. there 8 Jan. 

85. Fleming,aged72. Dec. 1861, at Figueira, I 1887, aged 80. 

Portugal. X^ 



Philippi, bapt. 
at Ashburton, i 
April 1 7 33; bur. 
there 1 5 May 
1746. 



I 
Elizabeth, bapt. 
28 June 1719, 
at Ashburton ; 
Executrix to her 
father's will; died 
23, and bur. 30 
August 1803, at 
Ashburton. M.I. 



William Eales of Liskeard,=f=Martha, dau. of Thomas 



CO. Cornwall; bapt. 10 De- 
cember 1728, at Ashburton; 
bur. 6 August 181 5, at Lis- 
keard, aged 86. M.I. Will 
dated 27 December 1810, 
proved 16 May 1816, in 
Archdeaconry Court of 
Cornwall at Bodmin. 



Smerdon, by Winifred his 
wife ; bapt. 29 August 
1727, at Buckland on the 
Moor, CO. Devon ; marr. 
II October 1753, at Ash- 
burton ; died 20, and bur. 
23 October 1792, at Lis- 
keard. M.I. 



Martha, bapt. 13 March 
1754, at Liskeard, and 
bur. there 21 August 
1828, aged 74. M.I. 
Will dated 14 July 
1 8 10, codicil 8 March 
1824, proved 18 De- 
cember 1828, in C.P.C. 



Philippa,bapt. 23 
January 1756, at 
Liskeard ; bur. 
there 20 Decem- 
ber 1832. Will 
dated 20 Febru- 
ary 1832, proved 
i9Februaryi833, 
in C.P.C. 



Major-General John Eales, 
E.I.C.S., Bengal Establish- 
ment, and of Golden Bank, 
Liskeard; bapt. 14 Novem- 
ber 1760, at Liskeard; died 
3, and bur. there 8 May 1819, 
aged 58. M.I. Will dated 
15 April 1 819, proved 4 
September 1819, in C.P.C. 



I 
William Eales, 
bapt. I Octo- 
ber 1762, at 
Liskeard. M.I. 



I i 
Thomas Eales, born 
7 January 1768; 
died 24, bur. 28 
December 1837, at 
Ashburton, aged 
69. M.I. 



William Eales, bapt. 
15 November 1769, 
at Ashburton. 



Rev.William Eales of Ashburton,=j=Catherine, dau. of Tho- 



co. Devon ; Clerk, Chaplain 
E.I.C.S., and sometime of Cal- 
cutta and Birkhampton, East 
Indies, B.A., 1795, of Exeter 
College, Oxford ; born 9 May, 
and bapt. 30 June 1773, at 
Ashburton ; matriculated 23 
March 1792, at Oxford Univer- 
sity, then aged 18 ; died 29 De- 
cember 1854, andbur. 4 January 
following at Ashburton, aged 81. 
M.I. Will dated 3 November 
1852, proved 17 January 1855, 
in C.P.C. 



mas Raban (brother of 
Lieut. -Colonel George 
Higgins Raban, C.B., by 
Catherine his wife, dau. 
of William Jones of 
Swansea, co. Glamor- 
gan ; marr. 17 Decem- 
ber 1808, at Calcutta; 
died 20 December 1819. 
M.I. in North Park Street 
Cemetery, Calcutta. 



.1 
Winifred, born 
2 January, and 
bapt. at Ash- 
burton 9 Feb- 
ruary 1758 ; 
died and bur. 
there 12 Sep- 
tember 1838, 
aged 80. M.I. 



Rev. Walter Cartwright Kitson=j=Kate, born 1 5 Sept. 



of Exeter (son of Rev. Edward 
Addicott Kitson, Vicar of St. 
Mary Church, co. Devon ; bur. 
23 December 1840, at St. Sid- 
well's, Exeter, aged 38. 



; marr. by 
cence 29 Dec. 1830, died 14, and bur, 
at St. Andrew's, 
Ashburton; bur. 23 
Dec. 1840, aged 31. 



Colonel George^Winifred Emma, marr. 

Young, E.I.C.S.; 19 August 1852, at 
Ashburton; died 22, 
and bur. there 26 
May 1887, aged 76. 
M.I. 



May i860, 
aged 70, at Ash- 
burton. M.I. 



II II 

Richard Eales of City of Elizabeth, bapt. 26 December 1758, 



London ; mentioned in wills 
of his brother, Major-General 
Eales, and sister Philippa. 



Liskeard 
[767. 



I I 
Mary, bapt. 5 Jan. 1768, 
bur. there 23 January at Liskeard ; marr. Anthony 
Hawkey. 



Elizabeth, bapt. 11 June 1764, at 
Winifred, bapt. 23 November Liskeard ; marr. there 23 January 
1757, at Liskeard; marr. 1788, Thomas Soady of Talland ; 
there 19 ^Llrch 1787, Jethro bur. there 2 August 1816, aged 51. 
Berrow of Liskeard. M.L 



Jenny, bapt. 11 Oct. 1769, 
at Liskeard ; marr. there 
by licence 19 Aug. 1792, 
Richard Rogers of Calling- 
ton. 



John Cove of St.=Elizabeth (described as of Madox 

Laurence, Exeter, Row, Exeter, in wills of her cousin, 

and Green, Bishops- Major-General Eales. and of her 

teignton, CO. Devon; husband); bapt. 19 November 1760, 

bur. there 25 June at Ashburton ; marr. there by licence 

1836, aged 70. (dated 29 March) 8 April 1823; 

died 3, and bur. 10 February 1847, 

at Bishop's Teignton, aged 86. 

Will dated 8 August 1844, proved 

26 February 1847, in C.P.C. 



I .1. I 
Philippa, bapt. 7 December 1763, at 

Ashburton; died 17, and bur. there 

23 December 185 1, aged 88. M.L 

Mary, bapt. 9 April 1766, at Ash- 
burton; died 13, and bur. there 19 
February 1820, aged 53. 

Martha, bapt. 16 January 1772, at 
Ashburton; died 13, and bur. there 
22 February 182 1, aged 48. 



Rev. William= 
Thomas Hux- 
hani Eales, Vicar 
of Yealmpton, 
CO. Devon ; bur. 
there 3 October 
1887, aged 75. 



I 

=Emily Fulford, dau. of John Eales, died 
WilliamFulfordWeather- 
den of Newton Abbott, 
CO. Devon ; marr. 1 5 
January 1845, ^^ Broad- 
hampton, co. Devon ; 
died 20, and bur. 25 
July 1887, at Yealmpton. 



December 
1823, setat. 6. 
M.L at Ash- 
burton. 



Richard Eales of=j=Mary Veitch, 

Alphington, CO. dau. of John 

Devon ; born in Browning ; 

the East Lidies ; marr. 21 Sep- 

died 7, and bur. tember 1843, 

12 November at Alphington. 
1883, at Ide, CO. 
Devon, aged 69. 



Momt7nental Inscriptions at Piddington, co. 
Oxford. 



Stone. 

[Vol. I, p. 60.] 



SACRED 

TO THE MEMORY OF 

JOB STONE 

WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 

DECEMBER I3™ 1839 

AGED 65 YEARS. 



SACRED 



TO 

THE MEMORY OF 

ELIZ™ WIFE OF 

JOB STONE 

WHO DIED MAY 23° 

AGED 65 YEARS. 



TO THE MEMORY OF 

ISAAC SON OF 

JOB & ELIZ'^" STONE. 

DIED 6™ APRIL 1828 

AGED 28 YEARS. 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY 

OF 

EDWARD STONE, 

SON OF 

JOB & ELIZABETH STONE 

WHO FELL ASLEEP IN JESUS 

OCTOBER 20™ 1876 

AGED 73 YEARS. 



TO THE MEMORY 

OF 

WILLIAM & ELIZABETH 

SON AND DAUGHTER OF 

JOB & ELIZABETH STONE 

ELIZABETH DIED 30'^" DEC"* 1822 

AGED 17 YEARS. 

WILLIAM DIED 8™ AUG^'" 1 824 

AGED 17 YEARS. 

ALSO 

TWO INFANT SONS OF 

JOB & ELIZABETH STONE. 



SACRED 

TO THE MEMORY OF 

ANNE STONE 

WIDOW OF 

EDWARD STONE 

WHO DIED 

JANUARY 26, 1887 

AGED 84 YEARS. 



SACRED 

TO THE MEMORY OF 

STEPHEN STONE, F.S.A. 

WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 

ON THE 8™ DAY OF SEPTEMBER 

1866 

AGED 55 YEARS. 



TO 
THE MEMORY OF 
SARAH DAUGHTER 
OF JOB & ELIZ'^" 
STONE 
WHO DIED APRIL lO™ 
AGED 2 2 YEARS. 



837 



SACRED 

TO 

THE MEMORY OF 

DOROTHY DAUGHTER 

OF JOB & ELIZ™ 

STONE 

WHO DIED JAN"" 1836 

(9 YEARS. 



AGED 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 
CHARLES STONE B.A. 

OF s'^ John's college 

CAMBRIDGE. 
THE YOUNGEST SON OF JOB 

AND ELIZABETH STONE 

WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 

FEB'' 20™ 1847 

AGED 24 YEARS. 

Copied from Tombstones in the Churchyard. 
77 



Tolhurst. Register Extracts. 

[Vol. I, p. 64.] 

BAPTISMS. 

1725. Janv 21. Henry s. John & Elizabeth Tallhurst. 

1727. Sep. 29. John s. John & Ehzabeth Talhurst. 

1730. March 30. Sarah d. John & Elizabeth Talhurst. 

1734- June 14. Elizabeth d. John & Elizabeth Tallhurst. 

MARRIAGES. 

1672. April 18. Clement Tollhurst & Ann Kennerby. Lie. 
1674. Junes. Joseph Walter & Mary Tollherst. 

The foregoing extracts are from the Registers of 
Goudhurst, co. Kent. 



Monumental Inscriptions. 

IN MEMORY OF 

JOHN TOLHURST 

OF THIS PARISH WHO DEPARTED THIS 

LIFE dec"* the a'-'" 1805, AGED 78 YRS. 

ALSO ANN HIS WIFE WHO DIED THE 

lo'^" OF SEP" 18 10, AGED 74 YEARS 

LEFT ISSUE THREE SONS AND THREE 

DAUGHTERS (viz) JOHN, THOMAS, 

will", MARY, ANN AND 

ELIZABETH. 

On a stone in Goudhurst Churchya?-d. 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 

ELIZABETH 

WIFE OF THO^ TOLHURST OF THIS PARISH 

WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE AUG^^ 21=^ 1S09 

AGED 48 YEARS. 

ALSO THE ABOVE NAMED 

THOMAS TOLHURST 

WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE AUG^"^ I4''" 1838 

AGED 76 YEARS. 

LEFT ISSUE 2 SONS AND 5 DAUGH"^ 

(viz) THOMAS, JOHN, ELIZABETH, 

ANN, SARAH, MARY AND JANE. 

On a stone in Goudhurst Churchyard. 
78 



IN MEMORY Tolhurst. 



OF 

JOHN TOLHURST, YEOMAN OF THIS PARISH WHO 

DEPARTED THIS LIFE JAN^ 1 7™ 1808 

AGED 65 YEARS. 

ALSO JANE TOLHURST HIS WIFE WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 

JAN^ 9™ 1 79 1 

AGED 38 YEARS. 

CATHERINE THEIR DAUGHTER WHO DIED JUNE 9™ 1 797 

AGED 16 YEARS. 

LEFT ISSUE I SON AND 2 DAUGHTERS VIZ ANN, JOHN 

AND MARY. 

On a stone in Cranbrook Churchyard, co. Kent. 



[Vol. I, p. 64.] 



Marriage Licences at Canterbury. 

1681. Dec. 23. Thomas Chandler of Brookland, Smith, & Mary 
Tolherst, aged 40, maiden, of Gilford, co. Sussex. 

1683. May 3. William Tolhirst, widower, of Staplehurst, Butcher, & 
Anne Poynett, widow, of same. 

1683. Dec. 4. John Bannwell of Lydd, widower, yeoman, & Eliza- 

beth Tolhurst of Gilford, co. Sussex, widow. 

1684. April 17. Thomas Goldsmith, aged 30, of Dymchurch, 

Bachelor, Hempdresser, & Elizabeth Tolhurst, aged 20, of 
Lydd, maiden. 
1690. June 12. John Fullagar, aged 25, Bachelor, of Headcorn, & 
Anna Tolhurst, aged 21, Maiden, of Cranbrook. 

1690. July 22. Abraham Cord, aged 22,' Bachelor, of Halstow, 

Husbandman, & Sarah Tollhurst, widow, of same. 

1691. Oct. 24. Henry Tolhurst, Bachelor, of Maidstone, & Mary 

Peirce, widow, of same. 

1694. Aug' 21. Richard Tolhurst, Bachelor, of Rolvenden, & Sarah 
Sims, maiden, of Headcorn. 

1696. Oct. I. Thomas Whitfield, aged 22, of Lydd, Butcher, & Mary 
Tollist, aged 22, maiden, of same. 

1705. Oct. 4. William Tolhurst, Bachelor, of Bapchild, Husband- 
man, & Catherine Bishop of same, widow. 

1711. Nov. 3. John Tolhirst, widower, of Cranbrook, Gent., & 
Rebecca Russell, widow, of same. 

1717. July 18. Stephen Hodgskin, Bachelor, of Lamberhurst, & 
Elizabeth Tolhurst, Maiden, of Goudhurst. 

1721. Sep. 21. Thomas Tolhurst, widower, of Yalding, & Elizabeth 
Furness, maiden, of Maidstone. 

1723. Feb. 24. John Hunt, Bachelor, of Maidstone, & Mary 
Tolhurst, Maiden, of East Farleigh. 

1723. Oct. 15. Edward Boorman, Bachelor, of Staplehurst, & Eliza- 
beth Tolhurst, Maiden, of same. 

79 



Tolhurst. 1725. May 5. Richard Tolhurst, Widower, of Rolvenden, & Hester 
[Vol. I, p. 64.] French, widow, of same. 

1733. May 4. Thomas Tolhurst, Bachelor, of Cranbrook, & Cath : 
Hayward, Maiden, of same. 

1736. July 26. Clement Tolhurst, Bachelor, of New Romney, & 

Elizabeth Edwards, Widow, of same. 

1737. Feb. 9. Clement Tolhurst, Widower, of New Romney, & 

Anne Cheston, widow, of same. 
1746. Feb. 26. Isaac Hatch, Bachelor, of Staplehurst, & Elizabeth 

Tolhurst, Maiden, of Yalding. 
1765. Apl. 23. Edward Merrel, Bachelor, of Cranbrook, & Mary 

Tolhurst, maiden, of same. 
1 771. Apl. 28. Samuel Tolhurst, Bachelor, of Smarden, & Elizabeth 

Booth, maiden, of Newenden. 
1 77 1. Oct. II. Thomas Tollast, Bachelor, of Maidstone, & Mercy 

Cox, Maiden, of Ulcombe. 
1773- July 21. Thomas Frazen, Bachelor, of Maidstone, & Catherine 

Tolhurst, Maiden, of Cranbrook. 
1774. March 11. Thomas Tolhurst, Bachelor, of Lamberhurst, & 

Mary Spice, dau. of Caleb S., a minor, of Goudhurst. 
1780. Dec. 20. John Tolhurst, Bachelor, of Cranbrook, & Jane 

Wood, Maiden, of same. 
17S5. Aug' 8. Joseph Honisett, Bachelor, of Newchurch, & Eliza- 
beth Talhurst, Maiden, of same. 
1786. Nov. 20. George William Barr, Bachelor, of Cheriton, & 

Angeler Tollast, maiden, of the Chapelry of Deal. 
1790. Dec. 17. Clement Tolhurst, Bachelor, of Tenham, & Martha 

Startup, Widow, of same. 
1797. Oct. 16. James Coulter, Bachelor, of Broomfield, & Harriot 

Tolhurst, maiden, of same. 



Bartlett. Bavtktt of Marldon, 

[Vol. I, p. 65.] 

The family of Bartlett were resident in the parish of Maddon 
three centuries ago. The earliest entry in the parish registers relating 
to anyone of this name is that of the burial of " Otho Bartlett Esq''" 
on the 29''> March 1607, the earliest recorded marriage is that of 
William Jane aliter Bartlett with Alice Chappel on the iS''' November 
1607, while the earliest baptism is that of "Johan ye daughter of 
Nicholas Bartlet" 24"^ June 1614. 

There are 52 baptisms, 12 marriages, and 49 burials registered under 
the name between the dates above given and the end of the last century. 
In one or two instances the persons named in the entries are 
described as of Compton or Compton Pool, which is a small hamlet 
within Marldon parish. The alias of Jane as a surname occurs in some 
half dozen instances, and the name is frequently spelled " Bartlet." 

The earliest will of a Bartlett of Marldon which has been found is 
that of Thomas Bartlett of Compton, co. Devon, yeoman, which is dated 



2'><i May, 2 2 Charles (1646). The testator's wife was named Joane. Bartlett. 

The will contains the odd bequest of the testator's "gratest bras pan' ryoi. 1,0.65.] 

to a grandchild named Thomas Bartlett, when he should enjoy the 

tenement wherein the testator then resided. The will recites that 

Walter Jane, aliter Bartlett, by deed dated 20''' September 8 Charles, 

sold to certain named persons a moiety of a tenement in Compton upon 

trust for the testator in fee, who gives it to Samuel Bartlett and Odes 

Bartlett, his sons. One of the witnesses to the will signs "Gualtero 

Bartlet." It was proved in the Consistory Court of Exeter 30 May 

1650. 

Thomas Bartlett, the father of John Bartlett, with whom the pedigree 
commences, was married twice, first to Elizabeth Phillips in June 1728, 
and secondly to Christian Adams. He had five children by each 
wife. He was possessed of considerable property at Marldon, and 
his second wife brought into the family a house there called 
Mudge's Place, in which they resided. For more than a century 
previous to 1650 it had been held by the Adams family under a 
lease for lives, but in that year the fee simple was conveyed by 
Sir Edward Cary to Christopher Adams, from whom it descended to 
Matthew Adams and Nicholas Adams, the latter of whom was the father 
of Christian Adams mentioned in the pedigree. This Thomas Bartlett 
commenced the business of manufacturing serge, and is described both 
in the licence for his first marriage and in his will as a "clothier." He 
specifically devised portions of his land and property, but the bulk of it 
went by settlement partly to William Bartlett, his eldest son by his first 
marriage, and partly to Nicholas Adams Bartlett, his eldest son by his 
second marriage. 

The same Thomas Bardett had a brother William, who is mentioned 
in Thomas' will as " my brother William Bartlett of S' Mary Church, 
Gentleman." This William Bartlett was the first of the family to settle 
at St. Mary Church, and his son Jacob Bartlett of West Hill House, St. 
Mary Church, afterwards became one of the largest landowners in that 
parish. An interesting account of his property by the Rev. Canon 
Brownlow, a Roman Catholic clergyman then residing at St. Mary 
Church, appears in the transactions of the Devonshire Association for 
the advancement of Science, Literature and Art, Vol. 18 (1886), and is 
accompanied by a copy of a map of the Manor of St. Mary Church 
(circa 1773), showing the land owned by Jacob Bartlett. 

The landed property of Thomas Bartlett (the "clothier") in Marldon, 
which became at his death the property of his son Nicholas Adams 
Bartlett, ulrimately vested in his grandson John Thomas Moysey 
Bartlett for life, with remainder to his children. It was, however, sold in 
the year 18S0 to the Bewes trustees. John Thomas Moysey Bartlett 
afterwards emigrated to California, where he died. 

For a period of about a century and a half the Bartletts of Marldon 
used as their arms the following shield : — " Quarterly, per fess indented, 
argent and gules, four crescents counterchanged." This shield was 
probably used by them at first without a crest, as appears by the entry 
of the arms in an anonymous MS. book in the Proprietary Library, 
Cornwall Street, Plymouth, which is believed to have been written by or 
for Sir Walter Yonge, Baronet, and is entitled and dated as follows : 



Bartlett. "A catalogue of the Arms of 

[Vol. I, p. 65.] the Nobility and Gentry 

of Devonshire, Cornwall 

and the Citty of Exon 

showing the time 

when any family 

hath been advanct 

and 
unto what honours 
they have attayned 

with 

the Arms likewise 

of Dignityes 

Townes and 

Corporations 

with their Crests and Motto's. 

Alsoe 

the Arms and places of 

all the Nobility of England 

as they now ranked 

anno 1689." 

The evidence of the authorship of the volume is said to be but 
slight. The arms are emblazoned in the book in their usual colours, 
and the following is a facsimile of the entry under the name of " Bartlet 
of Exon and Marldon " : — 







l^^/^^a^ 



It will be seen from the above that the words 
"and Marldon" have been interpolated in a 
different and more recent handwriting, though 
the interpolated words have the appearance of 
considerable age. There is a copy or duplicate 
of the book in the Library of the College of 
Arms. That in the Plymouth Library was pur- 
chased at the sale, in 1847, of the library, &c., 
of the Rev. Francis Vyvyan Jago Arundell, Rector of Landulph, 
CO. Cornwall. The MS. was left incomplete by the compiler. 

Two other coats are ascribed in the "Catalogue "to families of the name 
of " Bartlet," but in neither case is the residence of the family given. One 
is "Sable, a bar-gemel between three cinquefoils argent," and the other 
" Argent, two bars gules between three sinister hands erect of the second." 
There is no trace in the records of the College of Arms of these coats 
belonging to a family of Bartlett, nor do they contain any reference to 
a family of that name either at Exeter or Marldon. The above quarterly 



coat, according to the records of the College of Arms, belongs only as Bartlett. 
paternal arms to a family of Bartlett seated at Castle Morton, co. [Vol. i, p. 65.] 
Worcester, which arms were allowed at the Heralds' Visitation of that 
county in 1569, and they then recorded a pedigree of six descents, com- 
mencing with a Thomas Bartlett and ending with Richard, Elizabeth, 
and Dorothy, children of John and Thomasine Bartlett, and with Henry 
and Thomas, sons of Richard and Alice Bartlett. 

Besides this official pedigree the College Library contains amongst 
the private collections of the late John Charles Brooke, Somerset Herald, 
a pedigree of the same family, but giving "Thomely" as the first name, 
and bringing down the descent four generations further to the fourteen 
children of Rowland and Anne Bartlett, one of whom, named Felix, is 
stated to have been Titular Bishop of Worcester, and to have sold the 
Castle Morton Estate to Baron Petre. Two others are described as 
living in 1778, one being a nun, and the other being a priest, who was 
then living in Flanders. From the circumstance that the family at Castle 
Morton was evidently, for at all events the last three generations 
recorded in Mr. Brooke's pedigree, of the Roman Catholic faith, it seems 
highly improbable that the family at Marldon, who have always been 
Church of England people, were descended from them, unless they 
traced their descent from a previous generation. 

A branch of the Castle Morton family of Bartlett moved into 
Saintsbury, co. Gloucester, and added to the quarterly coat a pheasant 
proper for crest. It is a singular circumstance that the quarterly coat 
which unquestionably belonged to a family of Bartlett in 1569, should 
for a considerable time previously have been quartered by another 
family of almost the same name, whose paternal arms were different. 
The Barttelots of Stopham, co. Sussex, have since the marriage (about 
^395) of John Barttelot with Joan de Stopham, the eldest daughter and 
coheir of William de Stopham, quartered as the arms of Stopham the 
quarterly coat which in 1569 was allowed to the Castle Morton Bartletts. 
The paternal arms of the Sussex Barttelots are : " Sable, three falconers 
sinister, gloves pendent argent, tasseled or." 

For what length of time the Bartletts of Marldon used the arms 
attributed to them in the " Catalogue " it is impossible to say, but a silver 
seal with the quarterly coat and a pheasant for crest has been handed 
down for three or four generations, and is now in the possession of a 
member of the family. 





It is figured above, but from the fact of the crest not appearing in the 
"Catalogue," but in the Had. MSS. (615, 1566) it would appear to have 
been taken from the latter, and not from the "Catalogue." Its style is 

83 



Bartlett. somewhat like that known as "Chippendale," arid attributed to the year 
[Vol. I, p. 65.1 177°; or thereabouts, but there' is little doubt that the seal was owned by 
Thomas Bartlett of Marldon, who died in 1 748, and probably by his- 
father. His son John Bartlett had the same arms and crest and the 
initials of himself and wife engraved upon a silver teapot, which bears 
the Hall Mark 1787. He abo had a cornelian seal with the same arms 
and crest. 

In the year 1661 the following arms and crest were granted to 
EUis Bartlett of Branscombe, co. Devon. Arms. — Sable, a bar gemewe- 
between three cinquefoils, argent. Crest. — A demi-gryphon sable,, 
gorged with a bar gemewe, and supporting a cinquefoil argent. 

Branscombe is about 25 miles distant from Marldon in a straight 
line. The family of Bartlett at Branscombe resided at a house called 
Hole in that parish, and had used the same arms for a considerable- 
period prior to the grant made in 1 661, as the monuments in Brans- 
combe Church testify. 

There was a family of the name of Stuckey resident at Weston House, 
in the same parish, and in 1810 a Royal License was granted to Barnaby 
John Bartlett of Weston House, Branscombe, to take the surname and 
arms of Stuckey, and to bear the arms of Stuckey quarterly. 

A pedigree showing the descendants of Ellis Bartlett of Branscombe, 
who married Edith, daughter of Theodore Taner, and of his brother 
William Bartlett of Branscombe, who died in 1704, brought down to 
the year 1809, is amongst the private collections at the College of Arms. 

Compiled by William Bartlett of Knotty Ash, Liverpool.. 



Facsimile of Autograph of John Adams Bartlett, born 
2^ June 1786, died 6 February i8^£. 



y^^fe^z^ 



84 



Pedigyee of Bartlett of Marldon, co. Devon. 



Bartlett. 

[Vol. I, p. 6s.] 



=Otho Bartlett, described in burial 
register as "Esq.," bur. at Marldon 
29 March 1607. 



^Margaret, marr. at Paignton, 
CO. Devon, 4 November 1 592. 
2nd wife. [Surname of wife 
not given in marriage entry]. 



John Bartlett, bapt. at Paignton 
I February 159!; bur. there same 
day. 



Alice Chappell, marr. at=|=William Jane aliter Bartlett the=f=Alice (widow of Jitmes Peter, late 



Marldon, co. Devon, 18 
November 1607 ; bur. 
there 13 April 1634. 
ist wife. 



elder of Marldon, bur. at Marldon 
9 July 1674. Will (undated) 
proved at Berry Pomeroy, in 
Diocese of Exeter, 14 September 
1674. 



of Marldon) ; marr. at Marldon 
23 July 1637 ; bur. there 19 No- 
vember 1682. 2nd wife. 



I 
Walter Bartlett abter Jane of Compton within= 
Marldon; bapt. there 28 April 1608; bur. there 
22 January i66f. Will dated 9 January 166^; 
admon granted to widow by Consistorial Court of 
Exeter 20 February,. i66y, during minority of 
William Bartlett, son and sole Exor. [Called 
"Walter Jane aliter Bartlett" in will of Thomas 
Bartlett, 1646]. 



Juliana, dau. of William Otho Bartlett, 
Grendon of Westerland in bapt. at Marl- 
Marldon ; licence for mar- don 22 August 
riage (in which husband is 1624. 
called " Bartlett alias 
Jane") granted at Exeter 
27 September 1633; bur. 
at Marldon 25 January 
i69f. 



I I 
Alice. 



Katherine, died 25 

March, and bur. at ber 1663 

Marldon 2 7 March 

1676. M.I. 



Mary, bapt. at Marl- 
don 7 February 164^ ; 
bur. there 21 Septem- 



Julian, bapt. at Marl- William Bartlett, bapt. 
don 9 October 1643; at Marldon 15 February 
bur. there 21 August 165I. Proved paternal 
1664. grandfather's will in 

1674. 



I 
Joanna Moore of Ashburton,=Jacob Bartlett of Paignton, co.=i=Joan Stooke of Paignton, 



CO. Devon; marr. there 27 De- Devon, and afterwards of Churs- 

cember 1729. Adiiion to her combe in Marldon, bapt. at Marldon 

effects granted to her husband 10 May 1692 ; bur. there 7 Decem- 

by Consistory Court at Exeter ber 1741. Will dated 30 June 1741, 

18 May 1736. ist wife. proved at Exeter 25 May 1742. 



widow ; marr. there 4 
February r73|; bur. at 
Marldon 23 June 1785. 
2nd wife. 



I I I 

Joan, bapt. at Paignton 20 Jacob Bickford Bartlett of Paignton,=j=Grace Limbrey of Paign- 



January i73f ; bur. there 13 bapt. there 27 March 1740, only son 

November 1736. and heir-at-law. [Called Jacob Bartlett 

— in entries of own marriage and baptisms 

Joan, bapt. at Paignton 9 of two eldest children]. Died 1810. 

May 1738; bur. at Marldon Will dated 30 June 1800 with two 

2 October 1756. codicils, proved at Exeter 5 June 18 10. 



ton, spmster; marr. there 
9 April 1770. Will dated 
2 April 1 82 1 with codicil, 
proved at Exeter 12 
March 1830. 



Thomas Jane aliter Bartlett of Compton within=f=Joane, bur. at Marldon 15 April 1659. Will 



Marldon, bur. there 4 May 1646. Will dated 2 
May 1646, proved at Exeter 30 May 1650. 



dated 29 December 
30 April 1 66 1 



[658, proved at Exeter 



I 
William Jane or Bartlett, bapt.= 
at Marldon 22 January i6ii. 
Letters of Administration 
granted at Exeter to Anne 
Bartlett, widow, 5 November 
1644. 



I I 

=Anne Bully, marr. Elizabeth Bartlett, Otho Bartlett, bapt. 

at Marldon iS bapt. at Marldon at Marldon 2 Feb- 

October 1641. 25 April 1616; bur. ruary i6i| ; bur. 

there 7 June 161 7. there 23 June 1624. 



I I 

Alice, bapt. at Thomas Bartlett the elder of Compton within=j=Johan or Joan, dau. of 
Marldon 23 Marldon [probablythe person referred to as"kinsman" William Adam the elder 
August 1640. in wills of Otho Bartlett 1661, and Henry Bartlett of Aish; bur. at Marldon 

169I]; bapt. at Marldon 19 June 1642; bur. there 19 June 1700. 

26 February 1695-. Described in Court Rolls of 

Paignton Manor in 1678 as of Aish in Stoke Gabriel, 

CO. Devon. 



I I I 

John Bartlett, bapt. Susanna, dau. of Walter Wotton=f=William Bardett (called=i= Agnes Bickford, 



Stoke Gabriel 
31 December 1661. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Stoke Gabriel 19 
January i66f ; bur. 
at Marldon 19 No- 
vember 17 19. 



of Blackavvton, co. Devon ; 
marriage licence granted at 
Exeter 20 September 1687; 
bur. at Marldon 25 July 1688. 
ist wife. 



" Junior"), bapt. at 
Stoke Gabriel iS June 
1667 ; bur. at Marldon 
16 May 1734. 



Susanna, bapt. at Marldon 
19 July 1688 ; bur. there 
17 January i6|^. 



marr. at Marldon 
25 June 1691 ; 
bur. there 29 
March 1741. 2nd 
wife. 



I 
William Bartlett of St. Mary Church, co. Devon ;= 
bur. 24 April 1768 at St. Mary Church. Will 
dated 7 November 1767, proved at Exeter 21 
June 1768. 



=Mary (first-cousin), dau. of Jacob Bickford of 
St. Mary Church ; marr. at Marldon i April 
1724; bur. at St. Mary Church 17 December 
1766. 



Henry Bartlett of Compton within= 
Marldon, bapt. there 29 November 
1619; bur. there 9 April 1693. Will 
dated 22 March :69f ; adrnon with 
same annexed granted at Exeter 20 
June 1693. [Apparently no issue]. 



=Jane, bur. at Marl- 
don 10 January 



I 
Otho Bartlett of Compton within 
Marldon, bur. at Marldon 5 Octo- 
ber 1666. Will dated 3 January 
i66i, proved at Exeter 12 April 
1667. 



Thomas Bartlett of Compton in Marldon, bapt. at= 
Stoke Gabriel 2 March 167I; bur. at Marldon 12 
October 1736. Will dated 11 October 1735, proved 
at Exeter 22 October 1736, and limited administration 
de bonis non granted 4 April 1777. 



I 
Reborka, bapt. at 
Marldon 24 April 
1705; bur. there 1 1 
April 1 712. 



1 
Thomas Bartlett, bapt. 
at Marldon 4 April 
1708 ; bur. there 5 De- 
cember 1733. 



:Elizabeth Ford ; marr. at Marldon 19 
May 1702. Will dated 8 November 
1742, proved at Exeter 14 January 
i74l- 



Rebecca, named in will of Thomas Bartlett 
1 7 13. [Apparently predeceased her father, not 
being mentioned in his will] ; marr. Henry 
Holditch of Totnes, co. Devon ; marriage 
licence granted at Exeter 22 August 1729. 



Elizabeth, dau. of Richard= 
Phillips of Marldon ; bapt. at 
Marldon 1 5 July 1 698 ; marr. 
at Paignton 17 June 1728; 
bur. at Marldon 16 Decem- 
ber 1736, and described in 
burial entry as of Compton 
Pool. I St wife. 



=Thomas Bartlett of Marldon,= 
bapt. at Marldon 28 March 
1701 ; bur. there 17 Novem- 
ber 1748. Will dated 10 
November 1748; proved 30 
December following at 
Exeter. 



Christian, dau. and sole heiress 
of Captain Nicholas Adams, R.N., 
of Marldon, and Christian his wife; 
bapt. at Marldon 15 October 
1713 ; marr. there 29 August 
1738; bur. there 13 March 1795. 
2nd wife. 



Christian, bapt. at Marldon Nicholas Adams Bartlett of=j=Joan, dau. of John and Elizabeth 

2 August 1739; marr. there Ludbrooke House and Moysey of Ermington, co. Devon; 

12 February 1760, Henry Mudge's Place, Marldon, bapt. there 5 July 1745 J marr. 

Gill of Wolborough with one of the Commissioners of there 6 February 1770; bur. at 

Newton Abbott, co. Devon. Taxes; bapt. at Marldon 30 Marldon 25 March 1823, aged 77. 

March 1740 ; bur. there 8 

March 181 1. M.I. 



87 



Samuel Bartlett [men-= 
tioned in will of 
Thomas Bartlett 1646, 
and in will of Johan 
Bartlett 1658 as son, 
and in will of Otho 
Bartlett 1661 as 
brother]. 



Thomas Bartlett of Stoke Gabriel, and afterwards of= 
Compton within Marldon, bapt. at Marldon 13 June 
1627 ; bur. there 16 November 1713. Will -dated 12 
November 17 13, proved at Exeter 14 October 17 14, 
and adfiion de bonis non granted 19 September 1740. 
Described in will as "the elder." 



Thomas Bartlett [men- John Bartlett [men- 
tioned in will of tioned in will of Otho 
Thomas Bartlett 1646 Bartlett 1661 as son of 
as grandchild]. brother Thomas]. 



Susan [referred to 
in will of John 
Bartlett 1658 as 
child of son Samuel 
and in will of Otho 
Bartlett 1661 as 
dau. of his brother 
Samuel]. 



Susannah Soper, marr.= 
at Marldon 15 July 
1680; died 6 Decem- 
ber, and bur. there 7 
December 1 682. M.I. 
Admon granted to 
husband 1 1 January 
i69y. ist wife. 



Walter Bartlett, bapt. 
at Marldon 24 April 
1 68 1 [father called 
"sen."] ; bur. there 3 
December 1692. 



I 
Sarah, bapt. at 
Marldon 5 De- 
cember 1682 
[father called 
"sen."] ; bur. 
there 23 Sep- 
tember 1683. 



I 
=William Bartlett of Compton=pAnna Peters, marr. 



thin Marldon (called " the 
elder) [referred to in will of 
Johan Bartlett 1658 as child 
of son Samuel, and in w-ill of 
Otho Bartlett 1661 as son of 
his brother Samuel] ; bur. 
there 27 August 1705. Will 
dated 8 August 1705, proved 
at Exeter 23 October 1705. 



Susannah, bapt. 
22 March 1694 ; 
September 1698. 

Ann, bapt. at 
February, bur. 
169I. M.I. 



at Marldon 
bur. there i8 



Marldon 15 
2 1 February 



at Marldon 28 July 
1693; died 12 Feb- 
ruary 1 69I-, and bur. 
there. M.I. 2nd 
wife. 



I I 
Susannah. 

Mary, marr. at St. 
Mary Church, co. 
Devon, 27 Decem- 
ber 1720, James 
Turner of Dittis- 
ham, CO. Devon. 



Susannah, born 
and bapt. at 
Marldon 8 Feb- 
ruary 174! ; marr. 
at Marldon 14 
May 1764, John 
Distin of Paign- 
ton, whose will 
was proved at 
Exeter in 1814. 



Christopher Bartlett, 
born and bapt. at 
Marldon 1 7 April 
1746 ; bur. there 26 
April 1749. 



John Bartlett of Teignmouth,= 
bapt. at Marldon 27 March 
1748 ; died 4 May, and bur. 
at West Teignmouth, co. 
Devon, 9 May 1S35. M.I. 
Will dated 30 March 1831, 
and codicil dated 16 April 
183s, proved at Canterbury 
26 May 1835. 



^Elizabeth, eldest dau. of 
Jacob Bartlett of St. 
Mary Church, who was 
husband's first-cousin ; 
bapt. there 10 January 
1760 ; marr. there 9 
August 17S5 ; died 16 
October aged 64 ; bur. 
at West Teignmouth 22 
October 1824. M.I. 



(For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. /., page 6s). 



I 



Facsimile of a Daguerreotype of John Adams Bartlett, 
born 2 J June iy86, died 6 February i8^^, in the possession 
of William Bartlett, his son. 



Will of IVilliam Clay, 1837. 

" William Clay, formerly of West Smithfield, and since of Skinner Street, both in the City 
of London, Woollen Draper, but now of Stamford Hill, in the County of Middlesex, gentleman." 
My daughters, EHzabeth Lucas, Hannah Maria Rutter, Sarah Ann, Amelia and Mary Clay, 
Exors., my sons, Joseph Travis Clay and William Clay, and my son-in-law, William Lucas, 
Witness : Agnes Robinson, Sarah Haley, R"^ Smith. 

Will dated lo April 1837. Proved 2 June 1837, by Exors. 

P.C.C. [437 Norwich]. 



Clay. 



[Vol. 



Pedigree of Assheton. 



Assheton. 



Radclyffe Assheton of Cuerdale, co. Lancaster, who purchased^ 
the Hall & Manor of Cuerdale on 20 November 16 16 of Edward 
Osbaldeston ; afterwards made a Knight, appointed Clerk or 
Prothonotary of Common Pleas & mixed Pleas at Lancaster 
under seal of that Duchy, dated 26 June 1635; admitted to 
Gray's Inn 10 February 1601 (2nd son of Ralph Assheton of 
Leaver, Whalley and Malham, by his ist wife Joanna, dau. of 
Edward Radcliffe of Todmorden, co. Lane, by Cecilia, only dau. 
of Thomas Radcliffe of Wymersley, co. Lane. ; she was cousin 
and coheiress of the whole blood to William Radcliffe of 
Wymersley, aforesaid, who died without surviving issue 3 Eliz., 
at which time she was aged 14); born in 1582; died 19 
January 1644. Will, in which he directs to be buried in the 
Church or Chapel of Lowe (that is Walton le Dale), dated 18 
January 1644, & proved 19 November 1647 3.t Chester. 



^Elizabeth, dau. of John Hyde 
of St. Mary at Hill, Citizen 
& Grocer of London, by 
Helen his wife, dau. & co- 
heir of John Saunderson of 
Little Allhallows, Thames 
Street, London, Citizen & 
Vintner; bur. 14 December 
1658 at Walton le Dale, co. 
Lane. Will dated 27 Sep- 
tember 1658 & proved 25 
June 1659, in C.P.C. (355 
Pell). 



I 

John Assheton of Cuerdale ; Captain of Foot— Ann, eldest dau. of Richard=f=Richard Townley 

in the Army of Charles L ; admitted to Gray's ^^ "' -'- -^ ^---1- -'■ " :j_ 

Inn 22 June 1632; died at Bristol in 1643 
v.p. from wounds reC* at the Battle of Edge- 
hill on 23 October 1642. Adinon 17 July 
1647 in C.P.C. to his brother, Ralph 
Assheton, during minority of Richard Asshe- 
ton, the son. 



Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe, 
CO. Lane, by Fleetwood, dau. 
and sole heir of Richard 
Barton of Barton, co. Lane, 
hving 1664. 



of Barnside, 
Lane; died 1651. 
2nd husband. 



J 
Richard Assheton of Cuerdale, Lord of that Manor ;= 
entered & signed his pedigree at the Heralds' Visitation 
of County of Lancaster in 1664, and then aged 22 years; 
he inherited the manor & estate of Downham, co. Lane, 
under a deed dated 1678, made by Sir Ralph Assheton 
of Whalley, Bart., & obtained a verdict in his favour from 
the House of Lords on 18 January 1691, affirming a 
decree from the Court of Chancery dated 30 October 
1689, against Sir Edmund Assheton, Bart., who claimed 
the Downham Estate; bur. 15 February 1709 at Walton 
le Dale. Will dated 23 October 1707, proved 22 
November 1 710 at Chester. 



^..}, 



Iv-r. 



.Mary, eldest dau. of George Pigott 
of Preston, co. Lane, & Bonisall 
in the parish of Butley, co. Chester, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and co- 
heir of Robert Parkinson of Faire- 
snape, co. Lane ; marr. 29 January 
1665 at Preston; bur. at Walton le 
Dale 16 December 1 7 18. Will dated 
28 November 17 18, proved 12 I'^eb- 
ruary follows at Archdeaconry Court 
of Richmond. 



Ralph Assheton of Cuerdale & of=j=Sarah, sister of the half blood of John Bruen of Bruen 1 1 



Leyland, co. Lane. ; born 13 
November, bapt. 21 November 
1666 at Walton le Dale; died 
v.p., & was bur. 29 March 1705 
at AValton le Dale. Will proved 
4 October 1707 at Consistory 
Court of Chester. 



Stapleford, only child of her mother, and dau. of 'J'ilston 
Bruen of Bruen Stapleford, & of Huxley, by Lucy, dau. of 
Sir Richard Hoghton of Hoghton Tower, co. Lane, Bart. ; 
born 29 September, bapt. 13 October 1679; marr. 19 De- 
cember 1695 at Leyland, co. Lane, also registered at Walton 
le Dale, bur. 22 June 1700 at Walton le Dale. M.L 



I 
Ralph Assheton of Cuerdale & Downham, Lord==Mary, dau. of Thomas Lister of Arnoldsbiggin 

of these Manors; born 27 December 1696, bapt. in the parish of Gisburne, co. York, by Eliza- 

28 following at Walton le Dale ; matriculated at beth, dau. of John Parker of Extwistle, co. 

Oxford (Brasenose College) 23 March i7if ; Lane; born 27, bapt. 30 May 1695 at Gis- 

died 21 & bur. 25 September 1729 at Downham burne; marr. there 19 April 1716; died 9 & 

aged 32. M.L Admon dated 18 November was bur. 14 January 172!, aged 32, at Down- 

1729 at Consistory Court of Chester. ham. M.L 



Ralph Assheton of Cuerdale= 
& Downham, Lord of these 
Manors ; born 25 January, 
bapt. 10 February 17 19 at 
Walton le Dale ; matriculated 
at Oxford (Balliol College) 
II August 1738; died 27 
December 1758, bur. 3 Jan- 
uary following at Downham. 
Will dated 24 December 
1757, but never proved. 



:Rebecca, eldest dau. & coheir of William Hulls of Freelands in 
Parish of Bromley, co. Kent, Citizen & Pewterer of London, by 
Anne his wife, dau. of Henry Savage, Citizen & Plumber of London ; 
born I & bapt. 10 December 1732, at St. Mary's Abchurch; marr. 
8 August 1752 at Westminster Abbey, marriage licence at Faculty 
office ; she inherited the Manor of Popes in the parish of Bishop's 
Hatfield, co. Herts, which had been purchased by her father in 
1744; died II September 1812 at Beaconsfield, co. Buckingham, 
in her 80''^ year, and was bur. 1 1 October following at Downham. 
Will wherein she described herself as of Beaconsfield, co. Bucks, 
widow, dated 20 October 1786, codicil 20 June 1787, proved 
22 September 18 12 in C.P.C. 



William Assheton, Lord of the manors of= 
Downham and Cuerdale; born 19 June 
1758 at Cuerdale Hall and bapt. there; 
educated at Winchester and matriculated at 
Oxford (Brasenose College) 29 November 
1775; H!igh Sheriff co. Lancaster 1792; 
died 29 January, and bur. at Downham 8 
February 1833, aged 74. M.L Will proved 
May 1833 in C.P.C. (267 Farquhar). 



=Lettice, 2nd dau. of Sir Richard Brooke, Bart., of 
Norton Priory, in parish of Runcorn, co. Chester, 
by Frances, dau. of Thomas Patten of Bank within 
Warrington, co. Lancaster; born 15 April 1762; 
marr. 20 November 1786 at Runcorn; died 30 
December 1S34 at her house in Johnstone Street, 
Bath, and bur. in Bathwick Old Church, co. Somer- 
set, 5 January 1835, aged 72. M.L at Downham. 
Will dated 10 February 1834, proved 3 February 
1835 in C.P.C. (S9 Gloster). 



(For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales, Vol. I., page yi.) 





As 


shetoii Quarterings 




Assheton. 


(See Illustration fad 


'S P'-'^S^ 71^ " Visit atloji of England and IVaks, Vol. I.) 


[Vol. I, p. 71.] 


I. ASSHETON. 


15- 


ROSSINGTON. 


28. Mancester. 




2. Barton. 


16. 


Edensor. 


29. Mancester. 




3. MiDDLETON. 


'T- 


(Brought in by Herthull). 


30. Rosse. 




4. Lever. 


IS. 


O'Brien (Royal Coat of 


31. Asheldam. 




5. CUNLIFFE. 




Thomond). 


32. (Brought in by Holt). 




6. Hyde. 


19. 


O'Brien (family arms). 


33. Dormer. 




7. Sanderson. 


20. 


Trentham. 


34. DORRE alias Chubb. 




8. PiGOTT. 


21. 


HORD. 


35. Sutton. 




9. Kay. 


22. 


Marshall. 


36. Medlycott. 




0. Parkinson. 


23- 


Hurst. 


37. Hill. 




I. COKAYNE. 


24. 


Baxter. 


38. Maunsell. 




2. Herthull. 


25- 


Woodward. 


39. Loddington. 




3. Deyville. 


26. 


Holt. 


40. Medlycott. 




4. Savage. 


27. 


Brockholes. 








Seal of John Hulls of Freelands, co. Kent, Citizen and 
Pewterer of London, and Major of Train Bands 
and father of William Hulls, named below. The 
original seal is in the possession of Ralph Assheton 
of Downham Hall. 




Seal of Ralph Assheton of Cuerdale and Downham, who 
married Rebecca, eldest daughter and coheir of 
William Hulls of Freelands in Bromley, co, Kent. 



Book-plate of Ralph Assheton of Do-wnham Hall. 
Arms. — Quarterly of six: i, Assheton ; 2, Barton ; 
J, Lever ; ^, Cokayxe ; 5, Hertiiull ; 6, O'Brien 
impaling Feilden. 




nALPh] AS35^ITDM. 



Pedigree of Brooke. 



Brooke. 

[Vol. I, p. 73.] 



John Brooke of Green-=f=Cecilie Tinker, marr. at Kirk- 
hill Bank, in parish of burton 3 October 1591; bur. 
Kirkburton. there i July 1615. 



I 
John Brooke of Greenhill=j= 
Bank; born in 1596, bapt 
at Kirkburton 11 April 1596 
bur. there 26 June 1662. 



William Brooke of Greenhill Bank ;=i=Susannah, dati. of Humphrey 
bapt. at Kirkburton 3 January 1 63 1; 
bur. at Kirkburton 10 November 
1683. 



Roebuck; marr. at Kirkbur- 
ton I June 1663. 



ist I 2nd 

Anne, bur. at Kirkburton 25 June 1 698. =John Brooke of Greenhill Bank; bapt. at=j= 
"Anne, wife of John Brooke of Greenhill Kirkburton 12 July 1674; by 171 1 he 
Bank, with her new born infant buried 25 had joined the Duke of Marlborough's 
June 1698." [^Kirkluirton Register-], ist wife. Army in Flanders ; died in 1731. 



William Brooke of Greenhill=f 


Bank; bapt. 


at Holm firth 


I November 


1704; died 19 


January 1770 


bur. at H on- 


ley. Will 


dated 1768, 


proved 26 February 1771. 



John Brooke of Honley ; bapt. 
Holmfirth 16 February i73f ; bur. 
at Honley 24 March 1798. " M"' 
John Brooke merchant, set : 64, 
buried at Honley 24 March 1798." 
[Almondbury Register]. 



Sarah Kaye of Farnley 
Tyas ; died i Novem- 
ber 1785, aged 79, 
bur. at Honley. 



at=EliEabeth, dau. of James Booth of Riley, Kirkburton ; bapt. 
at Kirkburton 31 December 1736; marr. at Kirkburton 23 
February 1756; died 26 October, bur. at Honley 31 Octo- 
ber 1799. "Elizabeth widow of y" late M"' John Brook, 
merchant, buried at Honley 3 1 October 1 799." \Al?nondl>ury 
Register]. 



I 
William Brooke of Northgate House, Honley, in the=j=Hannah, dau. of William Clapham of 



parish of Almondbury, West Riding of co. York 
born 30 June, and bapt. at Honley i August 1763 
died 21 April, bur. at Honley 27 April 1846. 
Will dated 4 December, with codicil dated 11 
December 1845, proved 2 June 1846. 



Leeds, co. York ; born 28 May, bapt. at 
parish church there 29 June 1761; marr. 
at Almondbury 4 September 1788; died 
24 March, bur. at Honley 30 March 
1840. 



(For issue see "Visitation 0/ England and JFa/es," 
Vol. I., page 7J.) 



Pedigree of Emeris. 



Mary Astell, married 28=i=David Atkinson of Fantliorpe, in parish of=i=Elizabeth, dau. of 



August 1673 ; died 16, 
and bur. 18 March 1679, in 
Louth Church, ist wife. 



Louth, CO. Lincoln (son of Thomas Atki 
son); born i August 1641 ; died 6 April 
1704, bur. at Louth. M.L 



I I I 

Thomas Atkinson Elizabeth, born Frances, born and died 15 March 

(eldest child), died 5 December 1679, bur. in Louth Church same 

young. 1678. day as her mother. 



John Gill of Haver- 
croft in Felkirk, co. 
York (sister of 
Thomas Gill); born 
1654 bur. 1726 
at Felkirk. 2nd 
wife. 



David Atkinson of 
Fanthorpe (only 
son, by 2nd wife) ; 
born 29 September 
1692 ; sometime of 
Magdalen College, 
Cambridge, Barris- 
ter of Lincoln's Inn, 
Warden of Louth 
1729, 1736, 1743, 
1751, 1758, and 
1766; died s.p. 7 
April 1770, bur. at 
Louth. M.L Will 
dated 27 August 
1766, proved, with 
twocodicils, 2 8May 
1770, in C.P.C, by 
Lenox, his widow, 
and Rev. John 
Emeris, Exors. 



i 
=Lenox, dau. of A\ illiamStephenson=f=^\nne, only dau.=f=Rev. John Baxter, 



Robert Snell of Wragby, co. Lin- 
of Newark, co. coin ; marr. 28 May 
Notts. 1700, at Louth; 

died 1705. 



by 2nd wife ; 
bur. 10 Decem- 
ber 1 7 29, at Hol- 
ton aforesaid. 



Rector of Holton 
cum Beckering, CO. 
Line. ; marr. there 
16 February 1709; 
bur. 16 September 
1757, at Holton. 
2nd husband. 



I 

William Stnyth Hobman=j=Mary, only surviving David Stephenson, 



of Westlaby, in parish of 
Wickenby, co. Lincoln ; 
died 14 February 1740, 
aetat. 45, bur. at Snelland, 
CO. Lincoln. M.L 



child; living 1766; living 1766; marr., 

died 29 June 1784, but died s.p. 1769. 

setat. 80, bur. at Snel- Will dated 18 May 

land. M.L 1766. 



. ! 

William Hobman, 
died 18 December 
1754, astat. 23, bur. 
at Snelland. M.L 



Rev. John Emeris of Southwood,^ 
CO. Norfolk, and of Louth, co. Lin- 
coln, Rector of Tetford, co. Lincoln; 
born 19 February, bapt. at South- 
wood 18 March 1735; sometime 
Fellow of Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge, A.B. 1758, A.M. 1761 ; 
died at Louth, bur. at Tetford 9 
September 1819. M.L Louth and 
Tetford. 



=Ann, born 13 August, bapt. 14 
August 1732, at Wickenby; in- 
herited the estate of Fanthorpe, 
Louth, under the will of her great- 
uncle, David Atkinson ; marr. at 
Wickenby 5 April 1768; bur. 13 
August 18 1 1, at Tetford, aged 78. 
M.L Tetford. 



(See 



'■Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. /., page SS.) 



Will of David Atkinson, 1770. 



David Atkinson of Fanthorp, co. Lincoln. Wife (name not given in will). Sister, Mrs. 
Palgroyman. Nieces, Mary Holman, Elizabeth Baytor and Elizabeth Maple. Cousins, John 
Will and Thos: Will. Kinsmen, David Atkinson and James Atkinson. 

Will dated 27 August 1768, with twocodicils, dated 4 September 1769, and 28 March 1770. 
Proved 28 May 1770. 

(RC.C.) 
96 







1*1 t*K IT-. 



Book-plate of Everard Barton of Kidderminster, a7td 
Warstone House, near Bewdley ; born 8 June i8^g. 



Barton. 

[Vol. I, p. 90.] 



Pedigree of Barton. 

John Barton, bur. at St.=j=Mary, dau. of Everard 



James', Piccadilly, 24 Oc- 
tober 1805, in his 44th 
year. Adiiion granted to 
John Everard Barton and 
his two sisters 1 5 November 
1805. 



Curtis; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, 1 1 April 1 792, 
by licence. She died 
7 October 1798. 



John Everard Barton of Ryder Street, =f=Elizabeth Mee, dau. of Robert 



London; born 20 August, bapt. at St 
James', Westminster, 21 September 
1794; died at Uxbridge 23 August, 
bur. at Kensal Green 29 August 



Jacques of Montreal, Canada : 
born in New York in 1799; 
marr. at Marylebone Church 31 
March 181 9; died 21 August 
1834. 



(^For issue see " Visitation 0/ England and JVa/es," 
Vol. I., page go.) 



Howard. 

[Vol. I, p. 92.] 



Mounmental Inscriptions. 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 

ROBERT HOWARD ESQ. 

WHO DIED 5^" JULY 1 7 76 

ELIZABETH HOWARD HIS WIFE 

WHO DIED 13 JUNE I7S0 

AGED 77. 

Marble tablet on the east 7vall of the south transept, 
Conway, co. Carnarvon. 



TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN BELOVED MEMORY OF 

DOROTHEA CATHERINE HOW.\RD OF SOUGHTON, IN THIS 

PARISH, RELICT OF THE REV. RICHARD HOWARD D.D. 

DIED APRIL 28™ A.D. 1872, AGED 9I. 



TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF 
RICHARD HOWARD D.D., CANON OF BANGOR 
AND VICAR OF LLANRHAIDR YN CINMERCH 
CO. DENBIGH, WHO DIED JAN^' 14'^" A.D. 1851. 

Inscriptions at Northop, co. Flint. 
98 




ANN, ONLY DAUGHTER OF SIR CHARLES SMIJTH OF HIL 

ESSEX. BART., AND WIFE OF THE REVEREND ROBERT 

VICAR OF OAHOINOTON, 



Pedigree of Swann. 



John Swann of Wansford, co. Northants (name spelt 
■with one n only in Wansford Register) ; married 
Elizabeth. =f= 
\ 



Swann. 

[Vol. I, p. 95.; 



John Swann of Wansford, bapt. there io=T=Mary Adams, marr. at 



January 1726 (Sponsors: Dr. Blythe of 
Spalding, Mrs. John Gatkill of Elton, and 
Mrs. William Edwards of Water Newton) ; 
died, aged 71, 10 September, bur. at Stibbing- 
ton, CO. Huntingdon, 12 September 1797. 
M.I. Admon was granted in the Provincial 
Court of Canterbury 6 March 1798 to Henry 
Swann the son, and one of the next of kin. 



St. Martin's, Stamford, 
CO. Northants, 6 March 
1759; died, aged 63, 23 
July, bur. at Stibbington 
25 July 1798. M.I. 



Elizabeth, born at 
Wansford, and bapt. 
there 29 August 1728. 



John Beardmore Swann, 
born at Wansford 29 
March 1760. 

Elizabeth, born at Wans- 
ford 4 June 1761 ; marr. 
Captain Edwin Sandys. 



Mary, born at Wansford 
2 July 1762. 



Henry Swann of Ufiford Hall, co. Lincoln, Lower Green, Esher, co. 
Surrey, and of Oxford Estate, Jamaica, West Indies ; born at 
Wansford 15 November 1763 ; M.P. for Penrhyn ; marr. Katherine 
Sims. He died at Esher, aged 61, 24 April, bur. there i May 
1824. Will dated 28 October 1823, proved (P.C.C, 320 Erskine) 
6 May 1824, by Rev. Charles Swann, Rector of Ridlington, co. 
Rutland, the brother, one of the Exors. 




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William Henry Swann, born at 8 
Old Burlington Street, London, 
30 April 1786; Captain Grenadier 
Guards ; killed in the Peninsular 
War at the Battle of Barrosa, Isle 
de Leon, aged 24, 5 March iSii. 



John Thomas Swann, born at 
Lower Green, Esher, 26 April 
1787. 



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Georgiana Elizabeth, born at East 
Molesey, co. Surrey, 16 April 1789; 
died at Cheltenham 3 April 1880. 
Will dated 20 March 1880, proved 
at Gloucester 21 April 1880 by Rev. 
John Henry Churchill Baxter of 
Cheltenham, the sole Exor. 

George Swann, born at East Mole- 
sey 9 August 1 79 1, bur. at Esher in 
1792. 



I I 
Edward Swann, bom 
at 29 Somerset Street, 
Portman Square, Lon- 
don, 13 July 1792; 
died an infant there 
three weeks old. 

Maria Jane, born at 
14 Argyle Street, St. 
James', London, 8 
May 1794; died at 
Esher. 



I 

Rev. James Swann, born= 
at \Vansford i May 
1765 ; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1785, M.A. 1789; 
died at Stibbington, aged 
5^, 28 June 1798. M.I. 
A memorial ring in the 
possession of the Rev. 
Henry Aldersey Swann, 
M.A., his grandnephew. 



II 
=Hannah Wilkinson George Swann, born at Wansford 8 November 
of Chesterfield, co. 1766; Midshipman in the Royal Navy; killed 
Derby. by a fall. _ 

Charlotte, born at Wansford 14 March 1768; 
married Lieut. -General William Spencer of 
Bramley Grange, co. York (eldest son of William 
Spencer of Bramley Grange, by Frances his wife, 
daughter of William Milner of Burton Grange, 
CO. York); born in August 1754, Lieutenant ist 
Dragoons 1776, Captain 1784, Brevet Lieut.- 
Colonel 1795, Lieut. -Colonel 23rd Light 
Dragoons 1795, Brevet-Colonel 1802; Major- 
General 1809, Lieut. -General 1814; Lord of the 
Manor of Darnall, co. York ; died at Starston, 
CO. Norfolk, 27 August 1829. 



I 
Frederick Dashwood Swann of= 
Lee Priory, co. Kent ; born at 
Ufford Hall i February 1796; 
Captain in the ist Grenadier 
Guards ; died at Southampton 
22 May, bur. at Ickham, co. 
Kent, 27 May 1870. M.L 
Will dated 16 October 1861, 
proved (Prin. Reg. 437, 70) 25 
June 1870, by Robert Cooper 
Kersey of Littleborough, co. 
Kent, the surviving Exor. 



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^Charlotte Katharine, 3rd dau. of Sir Samuel Charles James 
Egerton Brydges, Bart., of Lee Priory, Wooton Swann, born at 
Court, and Denton Court, co. Kent (claimant 10 Albemarle 
to the ancient Barony of Chandos), Knight Street, Picca- 
Grand Commander of the Equestrian Secular dilly, London, 
and Chapteral Order of St. Joachim, M.P. for 26 January 
Maidstone, and a well-known Genealogist, by 1798; died an 
his ist wife, Elizabeth, dau. and sole heir of infant, three 
the Rev. William Dejovas Byrche, by Elizabeth weeks old. 
his wife, only sister and heir of Thomas Barrett 
of Lee Priory ; born i July 1800 ; marr. at Lee 
Priory 6 November 1819; died i July, bur. 
at Ickham, co. Kent, 17 July 1841. M.I. 
Adiiion was granted in the Principal Registry 
14 June 1861, to Frederick Dashwood Swann 
of Redhill, co. Surrey. 



(Jvr issue see "-Visitation of England and Wales" Vol. V., page loi.) 



John Sackville Swann of Seaturn, co. Devon ; formerly Captain 22nd Regiment of Foot, F.S.A; 
marr. istly Anna Frances, 2nd dau. of Rev. Edmund Cronyn, by whom he had issue two children, 
George and Frances. He marr. 2ndly at St. Mary's, Bathwick, co. Somerset, 21 January 1862, 
Blanche, only dau. of Lieut.-Colonel Sir Henry Bayley, K.H., of Lyme Regis, co. Dorset, J.P. 
and D.L. for counties of Dorset and Devon, by whom he also has issue several children. 



Rev.Edward 
Swann, born 
at Wansford 
19 June 
1770. 



I 
Rev. Charles Swann, born= 
at Wansford 15 November 
1772; of St. John's Col- 
lege,Cambridge, B. A. 1795, 
M.A. 1799, Rector of 
Ridlington, co. Rutland, 
and of Edmundthorpe, co. 
Leicester ; died 2 May, 
bur. at Ridlington 10 May 
1846. M.I. Will dated 
24 February 1837, proved 
(P.C.C, 464, 46) 26 June 
1846, by Rev. Edward 
Swann, and Rev. Charles 
Henry Swann, the sons, 
the Exors. 



=Sarah, dau. of Rev. Robert Willan, Robert Swann, 
Fellow of Trinity College, Cam- born at Wans- 
bridge, 3rd Wrangler, and Vicar of ford 12 March 
Cardmgton, co. Bedford, by Ann his 1774 
wife, only child of Sir Charles 
Smijth, Bart., of Hill Hall, co. 
Essex ; born at Cardington 1 2 Feb- 
ruary 1783 ; marr. at Hemel Hemp- 
stead, CO. Hertford, i May 1805; 
died at Uppingham, co. Rutland, 
aged 8r, 29 January, bur. at Rid- 
hngton I February 1865. M.I. Will 
proved at Leicester 28 February 
1865, by Rev. Edward Swann of 
Elm, CO. Cambridge, the son, and 
William Sheild of Uppingham, the 
Exors. 



(For issue see " Visitation of Engla?id and IVa/es," Vol. I., page g^.) 



Caroline, born at Ufford Hall, co. Lincoln, 
4 January 1800; marr. Rev. John Edgar 
Gibson (son of John and Elizabeth Gibson 
of Ramsgate, co. Kent) ; of St. John's 
College, Oxford, matriculated 7 June 1806, 
aged 17, B.A. 1810, M.A. 1813, Rector of 
Chavening, co. Kent, and afterwards of 
Bermondsey, co. Surrey. 



. I I 

An infant, born Charles Henry Swann, born at 

in 1801, and Esher, co. Surrey, 8 May 1803; 

died before of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at- 

baptism. Law, called to the Bar 14 May 

1830 ; marr. Mary Anne Walker, 

and died in Upper Ebury Street, 

IjOndon, 29 July 1845. 



I 
Charles Henry Swann of Sutton 
Courtenay, co. Berks ; marr. Eliza 
Burnley, by whom he had issue 
an only son, Alfred Henry Burnley 
Swann, who marr. at Bideford, co. 
Devon, 10 March 1883, Blanche, 
dau. of John Whittaker of Bide- 
ford, and had issue a son, Burnley 
Whittaker Swann, born at Bide- 
ford 3 January 18S4. She died 
5 December 1876, and was bur. 
at Sutton Courtenay. M.I. He 
died at Sutton Courtenay, aged 
44, 19 May, and was bur. there 
25 May 1867. M.I. Will proved 
in the Principal Registry i July 
1867, by Eliza Swann of Sutton 
Courtenay, the relict, the sole 
Executrix. =j= 

As 



I 

Katherine Sarah, born in 
London 10 August 1834; 
marr. at St. Thomas' 
Mount, near Madras, 
India, 29 September 
1837, Captain John 
Westrop Watkins, R.A. 
(only child of General 
Westrop Watkins of the 
Indian Army, by Cathe- 
rine Amelia his wife, 
eldest dau. of General 
John Briggs of the 
Indian Army) ; born at 
Madras 24 June 1832, 
bapt. at Madras Cathe- 
dral ; died at Hull, co. 
York, 20 September 
1894, bur. in Hull 
Cemetery. -M.I. 



Geraldine Frances Walker, born 
in Ebury Street, London, 8 Feb- 
ruary 1842 ; marr. at Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester, 20 June 1867, 
Rev. John Henry Churchill 
Baxter of Fairmead, Harrow 
Weald, CO. Middlesex, formerly of 
Cheltenham (son of Rev. John 
Alexander Baxter of Coseley, co. 
Stafford, by Frances Anne his 
wife, dau. of John Firmstone) ; 
born 29 March 1843, bapt. at 
Churchill, co. Worcester ; of 
Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1865, M.A. 1869. She died at 
Cheltenham 9 February, and was 
bur. at Woking, co. Surrey, 13 
February 1889. M.I. 

A 



Swann. 

[Vol. i,p. 95-] 



Extracts from the Parish Registers of St. 
John's, IVcston-sitper-Mare, co. Somerset. 

1660. 13 Nov. Samuel Willan, Rector. 

1668. Baptized 4 February. Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel and Jane Willan. 

167 1. Baptized 15 August. Robert, son of Samuel and Jane Willan. 

1673. Baptized 13''^ February. Samuel, son of Samuel and Jane Willan. 

1674. Baptized i July. Jane, dau. of Samuel and Jane Willan. 

1675. Baptized 16 September. Avice, dau. of Samuel and Jane Willan. 
1677. Baptized 21 June. Martin, son of Samuel and Jane Willan. 

1679. Baptized 20 February. Frances, dau. of Samuel and Jane Willan. 

1676. Buried 26 June. Jane, dau. of Samuel and Jane Willan. 

1680. Baptized 12 Oct. Edgar and George, twins of Samuel and 

Jane Willan. 
1682. Baptized 19 September. Mary, dau. of Samuel and Jane Willan. 
1686. Buried 18 Feb. Edgar, son of Samuel and Jane Willan. 

Buried 6 June. Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel and Jane Willan. 
1688. Buried 18" July. Samuel Willan, Rector 28 years. 
1696. Robert Willan, Rector. 
1702. Buried 16* Nov. Samuel, son of Samuel and Jane Willan. 



IVitl of Charles Henry Swanii, 18^4. 

Rev. Charles Henry Swann, died 24 August 1854. Will dated 11 
August 1854, proved, P.C.C. 25 September 1854, by Elizabeth Ann 
Swann, widow, the relict. Rev. Edward Swann, the brother, and William 
Sheild, the Exors. 



Will of Sarah Swann, 186^. 

Sarah Swann of Uppingham, spinster; died 26 January 1865. Will 
proved at Leicester 28 February 1865, by Rev. Edward Swann of Elm, 
CO. Cambridge, the son, and William Sheild of Uppingham, the Exors. 



Aduion of Sophia Swann, i8j^. 

Sophia Swann, late of Elm, co. Cambridge ; died at Hunstanton' 
CO. Norfolk, 27 August 1874. Adrnon granted at Peterborough i 
F'ebruary 1875 to Rev. Edward Swann of Elm, the sole legatee. 



IVill of Emma Swann, 1816. 

Emma Swann, late of Morton House, Maida Hill, co. Middlesex, 
spinster; died at Leamington, co. Warwick, 24 August 1870. Will 
proved at the Principal Registry 25 June 1876, by Eliza Swann of 
Uppingham, co. Rutland, the sister, the sole Executrix. 



Will of IVilliam Sheild, 1880. Swann. 

[Vol. I, p. 95.] 

William Sheild (heretofore Gilson) died at Wing 24 March 1880. 
Will dated 20 February 1879. Codicil I. dated 11 March 1879. Codicil 
II. dated 7 November 1879. Proved at the Principal Registry 25 May 
1880, by Charlotte Sheild of Wing, widow, the relict, Robert Sheild of 
Uppingham, John Sheild of Wing, and William Thomas Sheild of 
Uppingham, the sons, the Exors. 



IVill of Edward Swann, 1883. 

Rev. Edward Swann, late of Elm, co. Cambridge ; died 30 August 
1883. Will proved at Peterborough by Rev. Henry Aldersey Swann of 
Ashfield, CO. Suffolk, the son, and Rev. Benjamin Marner Lloyd of 
Elm, the Exors. 

Will of Georgina Swann, 1888. 

Georgina Swann, late of Uppingham, co. Rutland, spinster ; died 6 
October 1888. Will proved in the Principal Registry by Charles William 
Swann, of Grantham, co. Lincoln, the nephew, the surviving Exor. 



Monumental hiscriptions. 

OF TWO BROTHERS BORN TOGETHER 

CRUELL DEATH WAS SO UNKIND 

AS TO BRING THE ELDEST HITHER 

AND THE YOUNGER LEAVE BEHIND 

MAY GEORGE LIVE LONG 

EDGAR DY'd YOUNG 

FOR BORN HE WAS 

TO MASTER SAM. WILLAN, RECTOUR 

OF THIS PLACE, OF JANE HIS 

WIFE, SEPT. THE 5"^" 

1680, AND BURYED FEB. 

THE ELEVENTH 1 686. 

FE 9'"" DID PUT AN END TO ALL HIS p[aIn] 

AND SENT HIM INTO EVERLASTING [gAIn]. 



HERE LIES THE 
BODY OF SAMUEL 
WILLAN SON OF 
ROBERT WILLAN 
RECTOR OF THIS PLACE 
AND JANE HIS WIFE 
BORN THE 4 [di]eD THE 



,TH 



OF NOVEMBER 
1702. 



Swann. underneath this lyctul" stone 

[Vul. i,p. 95.] securely lies a little one. 

jane willan 

the 2° DAUGH 

ter and 4^^" 

CHILD OF 

master 

SAMUEL 

WILLAN 

RECTOUR OF 

THIS PLACE & 

JANE HIS WIFE. 

BORN SHE WAS JUNE v'' 3° 1 674 
BURYED JUNE y" 26'^" 1676. 

The foregoing inscriptions are on stones lying on the floor, 
near the font, of St. Johiis Cliurch, Weston-super-Mare, 
CO. Sonierset. 



BENEATH THIS STONE ARE DEPOSITED THE REMAINS 

OF THE REV° ROB'^ WILLAN A.M. VICAR OF THIS PARISH & KEYSOE 

WHO DIED JAN^' 31^'^ 1 796, iETAT 49, 

AND NEAR THE SAME LIES THE BODY OF CHARLES THOMAS 

SON OF THE ABOVE & ANN HIS WIFE WHO DIED OCT"* f^ I 79 1 AGED 1 3, 

ALSO OF ROBERT SMITH, WHO DIED DEC" 26'^" 1 792 

AGED II YEARS & 7 MONTHS. 

AND OF FRANCES AUGUSTA, WHO DIED FEB'' 4"^" 1 794 

AGED 7 MONTHS. 

MANET MEMORIA JUSTI. 



ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THIS STONE 

LIES THE BODY OF ELIZABETH SIXTH DAUGHTER OF 

THE REV° ROBERT WILLAN 

VICAR OF CARDINGTON 

WHO DIED SEPTEMBER 8^" 1 84 1 

AGED 49 YEARS. 

Altar Tomb in Cardington Churchyard, co. Salop, south of 
the chancel. 



ELLEN, Swann. 

DAUGHTER OF THE LATE ry^j j 

REV. C. H. SWANN, ' '^'^^' 

RECTOR OF STOKE DRY, RUTLAND. 
DIED 24™ OCTOBER 1 869 
AGED 23. 

Cogen/ioe, co. Northampton. 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 

JOHN SWANN ESQ. 

WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 12 SEPTEMBER 1 797 

AGED 73 YEARS. 

IN THIS VAULT ARE INTERRED THE 

REMAINS OF MARY SWANN HIS 

WIDOW. 

SHE DIED JULY 23, 1 798 

AGED 63. 

Mural Tablet in Stibbington Church, co. Hunts. 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 

THE REV. JAMES SWANN 

WHO DIED JUNE 28, 1798 

AGED 33 YEARS. 

HANNAH SWANN AS A 

TESTIMONY OF CONJUGAL AFFECTION 

CAUSED THIS MONUMENT TO BE 

ERECTED. 

Mural tablet in Stibbington Church, co. Hunts. 



IN MEMORY OF 

CHARLES HENRY SWANN 

WHO DIED MAY 19, 1867 

AGED 67 YEARS 

ALSO ELIZA HIS WIFE 

WHO DIED DEC. 5, 1876. 

AGED 69 YEARS. 



Sutton Courtenay Church, co, Berks, 
i°5 



Faber. 

[Vol. I, p. 98.] 



IVill of Charles JVaring Faber, 1873. 

Charles Waring Faber, formerly of 15 Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, co. 
Middlesex, but late of 4 Blenheim Parade, Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 
died there 11 April 1873. Brother, William Raikes Faber (Lieut.- 
General). Nephew, Reginald Stanley Faber. Sister-in-law, Anne 
Faber. Cousins, Ellinor Hastings Reade, Selina Mary Woodrooffe, 
Edith Cust Faber, Emily Bessie Faber, Emma Scott Waring, Henry 
Guy Waring. Exors, William Raikes Faber and Reginald Stanley 
Faber. 

Will dated 19 December 1872. Proved in the Principal Registry 
(253, 73) 26 April 1873. 



Will of General IVilliani Raikes Faber, 
1879. 

General William Raikes Faber, formerly of Slough, near Windsor, 
CO. Berks, but late of Staplegrove Lodge, Taunton, co. Somerset, died 
there 24 June 1879. Wife, Mary Anne (sole Executrix). Son (name 
not given in 7vill). 

Will dated 25 March 1S62. Proved in the Principal Registry (705, 
79) 8 August 1879. 



Platt-Higrgins. Grant of Arms to Frederick Higgins, 

[Vol. ,, p. 99.] ^^^^_ 

To All and Singular to whom these presents shall come Sir Albert 
William \\'oods. Knight Garter Principal King of Arms Walter Aston 
Blount Esquire Clarenceaux King of Arms and George Edward 
Cokayne Esquire, Norroy King of Arms Send Greeting Whereas Her 
Majesty by Warrant under Her Royal Signet and Sign Manual bearing 
date the thirteenth day of July last signified unto the Most Noble 
Henry Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal and Hereditary Marshal of 
England, Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, that She 
had been graciously pleased to give and grant unto Frederick Higgins 
of Holmleigh in the Parish of Bowdon in the County Palatine of 
Chester, Charles Higgins of the City of Naples in the Kingdom of Italy, 
Henry Higgins of Mount House in the Parish of Cheetham Hill in the 
County Palatine of Lancaster, Gentleman, Alfred Higgins of the Inner 
Temple Barrister at Law Arthur Higgins of High Mount in the Parish 
of Didsbury in the said County Palatine of Lancaster Gentleman and to 
Margaret Higgins of Holmwood in the Parish of Turvey in the County 
of Bedford, Spinster. Her Royal Licence and Authority that they the 
said Frederick Higgins, Charles Higgins, Henry Higgins, Alfred 
106 



Higgins, and Arthur Higgins, and their issue respectively may in com- Platt-Higgins. 

pliance with a clause contained in the last Will and Testament of their [Vol. i, p. 99.] 

Aunt Margaret Piatt formerly of Dunham Hall in the said County 

Palatine of Chester and late of Woodlands House Staleybridge in the 

same County, Widow and Relict of Robert Piatt late of Dunham Hall 

aforesaid, Esquire, deceased, take and henceforth use the surname of 

Piatt in addition to and before that of Higgins and bear the Arms of 

Piatt quarterly with those of Higgins, and that she the said Margaret 

Higgins may also take and use the surname of Piatt in addition to and 

before that of Higgins and bear the Arms of Piatt quarterly with those 

of Higgins ; such Arms being first duly exemplified according to the 

Laws of Arms and recorded in the College of Arms otherwise the said 

Royal Licence and Permission to be void and of none effect And 

forasmuch as the said Earl Marshal did by Warrant under his hand 

and seal bearing date the sixth day of August instant authorise and 

direct Us to exemplify such Arms accordingly Know Ye therefore 

that We the said Garter, Clarenceaux and Norroy in obedience to 

the Royal Command in pursuance of His Grace's Warrant and by 

virtue of the Letters Patent of Our Several Offices to each of Us 

respectively granted do by these Presents exemplify unto them the said 

Frederick Higgins now Frederick Platt-Higgins, Charles Higgins now 

Charles Platt-Higgins, Henry Higgins now Henry Platt-Higgins Alfred 

Higgins now Alfred Platt-Higgins, and Arthur Higgins now Arthur 

Platt-Higgins, the Arms following that is to say Quarterly First and 

Fourth, Higgins, Second and Third, Piatt, viz' Per fesse dancette Argent 

and Gules a Pale counterchanged three Frets one and two of the first 

and, for distinction, a Canton of the Second. The Crest of Higgins 

And the Crest of Piatt viz' On a Wreath of the Colours A demi Wolf 

Gules armed and langued Azure seme of Plates holding in the dexter 

paw a Wreath Argent and Gules and charged on the shoulder, for 

distinction, with a Cross Crosslet Or, as the Same are in the margin 

hereof more plainly depicted to be borne and used for ever hereafter by 

them the said Frederick Platt-Higgins, Charles Platt-Higgins, Henry 

Platt-Higgins, Alfred Platt-Higgins, and Arthur Platt-Higgins and their 

issue respectively And by the authority aforesaid We do further 

exemplify unto the said Margaret Higgins now Margaret Platt-Higgins 

the Arms as here depicted to be borne and used by her the whole 

pursuant to the tenor of the said Royal Warrant and according to the 

Laws of Arms. In Witness whereof We the said Garter, Clarenceux 

and Norroy Kings of Arms have to these Presents subscribed Our 

names, and affixed the Seals of Our several Offices this sixteenth day of 

August in the Fifty third year of the Reign of Our Sovereign Lady 

Victoria by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain 

and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith &c. and in the year of Our 

Lord One thousand eight hundred and eighty nine. 

Albert W. Woods, Walter Aston Blount, G. E. Cokavne, 

Garter. Clarenceux. Norroy. 

Endorsed: " Recorded in the College of Anns, London. 
(Signed) William H. Weldon, Windsor Herald, 
Registrar." 



Platt-Higgins. Pedigree of Higgins. 

[Vol. I, p. 99]. 

Edward Higgins, born at Blaken-=f=Margaret Hughes of Tarporley, co. 



hall, near Wybunbury, co. Chester, 
15 December 1755; died 10 
May 1827, bur. at Brunswick 
Chapel, Pendleton, co. Lane. 



Chester; born March 1749; marr. 
30 December 1776, at Wybunbury 
Church ; died January 18 19, bur. in 
Brunswick Chapel, Pendleton. 



. .1 
WiUiam Higgins of Salford, co. Lane. ; born-^Elizabeth, younger dau. 
at Wybunbury 5 January 1784, bapt. there 
18 January following. He died 7 Decem- 
ber, and was bur. at Prestwich, co. Lane, 
14 December 1853. M.L and window in 
Kersal Church. Will dated 9 February 
1853, proved at York 12 January 1854. 

/K 

(For issue see " Visitation of England a7id IVa/es," 
Vol. I., page gg.) 



of David Meban of Dum- 
fries ; born 28 January 
1787 ; died 15 November, 
and was bur. at Prestwich 
21 November 1851. 



St. George. /^/// of Colonel John St. George, 

[Vo..x,p.:os.] ^^^^_ 

Colonel John St. George of Birkenhead, co. Chester. Wife, Frances. 
Sons, John St. George (Captain R.A.), Rev. Howard St. George of 
Scaith, near Wigan, co. Lane, John St. George, Archibald St. 
George, William Whitmore St. George, and George St. George. 
Daughters, Millicent and Lucy Elizabeth Georgiana. Exors, Captain 
John St. George and Rev. Howard St. George. 

Will dated 30 May 1849, with codicil dated 23 November 1853. 
Proved at Chester (495, 54) 16 June 1854. 



Will of General Sir John St. Geoi'ge, G.C.B. 



General Sir John St. George, late of 29 Cornwall Gardens, South 
Kensington, died there 17 March 1891. Wife, Elizabeth Marianne. 
Son, Baldwin John St. George. Brothers, Rev. Howard St. George, 
Archibald St. George, William Whitmore St. George, and George 
St. George. Sisters, Millicent Holder and Lucy Elizabeth Georgiana 
Caldwell. Exors, Elizabeth Marianne St. George (wife), Rev. Howard 
St. George (brother), and Oswald Augustus Smith (friend). 

Will dated 19 November 1866, with codicil dated 23 October 
1888. Proved in the Principal Registry (441, 91) 16 April 1891. 
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of his grand-daughter, Margaret Platt-Higgins of Turvey, 
CO. Bedford. 



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Watney. 

[Vol. I, p. 109.] 



Pedigree of Watney. 



Daniel Watney of Wimbledon,= 
CO. Surrey; died 15, and bur. 
21 September 1780, a^ed 75, at 
Wimbledon. M.I. Will dated 
I October 1773, proved 5 
October 1780, in C.P.C. 



=Mary, dau. of Joseph Acres of 
Wimbledon ; bapt. 1 8 November 
1705; marr. at Wimbledon 23 
August 1730; died 9 April 1775, 
aged 70, and was bur. 13 April 
1775, at Wimbledon. M.I. 



William Watney, bapt. at Wimbledon 
5 April 1733, bur. 15 of same month 
at VVimbledon. 

William Watney of Wimbledon, brewer ; 
bapt. at Wimbledon 6 November 1737 ; 
died 16, bur. there 23 April 1799, aged 
62. M.I. =j= 

A 

Thomas Watney of Wimbledon ; bapt. 
at Wimbledon in April 1743 ; living 5 
October 1780. Adiiion granted June 
1801, in C.P.C, to Matthew Watney, 
the son, the relict, Eliz : Watney, widow, 
having renounced. =Tf= 



Barbara, dau. of= 
William Rose of 
Wimbledon and 
Henrietta his wife ; 
born 19 February 
lylff, and bapt. 
at Kingston-upon- 
Thames 13 March 
following; marr. 6 
February 1770, at 
Wimbledon ; died 
28 February 1782, 
and bur. there, 
ist wife. 



I 
John Watney= 
of Wimbledon; 
born 8, and 
bapt. at Wim- 
bledon 14 July 
1747 ; died 21 
October 1814, 
aged 67, and 
bur. there. M.I. 



=Mary Ann, dau. of 
John Caslake of 
Putney, CO. Surrey, 
and Sarah his wife; 
bapt. at Putney 16 
May 1747, under 
the name of Mary 
only, and marr. 7 
August 1783, at 
Putney; diedi De- 
cember 1824, aged 
78, and bur. at 
Wimbledon. M.I. 
2nd wife. 



I 
Daniel Watney of Galpins, in parish= 
of Mitcham, and of Wandsworth, 
CO. Surrey, Lay Rector of Mitcham ; 
born at Wimbledon 14 January, 
bapt. there 6 February 177 1; died 
10 June, in his 60th year, bur. at 
Wimbledon 16 June 1831. M.I. 
Will dated " 
June 1830. 



=Mary, eldest dau. of James Galpin of 
Galpins (by Elizabeth, dau. of John 
Caslake, above mentioned), sister 
and coheir of James Galpin, Captain 
in 54th Regiment of Foot; bapt. 16 
October 1771, at Mitcham; marr. 
there 26 June 1792; died, in her 
February, proved 29 1 5 9th year, 10 March, bur. at Wimble- 
1 don 18 March 1830. M.I. 
/k 



I 
John Pigott Watney, 
sometime a Lieu- 
tenant in the 8th 
Regiment of Light 
Dragoons, and after- 
wards of the Cape of 
Good Hope, Africa ; 
born 20 Dec. 1774 ; 
died at the Cape. 



{For issue see ^^ Visitation 0/ Engiand and Wales," 
Vol. I., page log.) 



1 



John Withem, a//a5=Barbara, born 12 March Mary, born 15 July 
Withthem, of Wimble- 1772; marr. 18 October 1773, bur. 28 Jan- 
don ; died 21 June 1796, at Wimbledon ; died uary following at 
1827, aged 68, and 9 October 1S61, and bur. Wimbledon, 
bur. there. there. 



I 
Sophia, born 22 No- 
vember 1778, bur. 10 
August following at 
Wimbledon. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at Wimble- Samuel Mason of Wimble-=pMary, bapt. at Wimbledon 8 June 
don 24 August 1735; bur. 25 don; died 14 June 1810, I 1740; marr. before 1773; died 
April 1749, at Wimbledon. aged 73, and bur. there. M.I. 4 April 1816, and bur. at Wim- 

I bledon. M.I. 

A 



I 

John Titterton=Elizabeth, born 
of Brixton, CO, i4May i79i,and 
Surrey ; died bapt. at Wimble- 
II June 1856, don; marr. 24 
and bur. there. June 1823, at 
Clapham, CO. Sur- 
rey; died II Oc- 
tober 1847, bur. 
at Brixton. 



! I I 

Thomas Watney=f=Ann, only child of James Watney, bapt. 
of Wimbledon; 
born 25 June 
1785, and bapt. 
at Wimbledon ; 
died 19 January 
1867, aged 82, 
bur. at Wimble- 
don. M.I. 



Richard Coombes at Wimbledon 9 No- 

of Clapham, co. vember 1787; bur. 

Surrey; born there 14 July following at 

24 February 1790; 

marr. there 1 1 

May 181 9; living 

1870. 



Wimbledon. 

Anne, bapt. at Wim- 
bledon 4 July 1784; 
bur. 28 October 1786, 
at Wimbledon. 



I I 

FrederickShells=Henrietta Rose, born Joseph Philhps=rEleanor 

of Feltham, CO. 19 August 1776; ofLewisham,co. 

Middlesex; died marr. 8 November Kent; died 25 

3 August 1849, 1796, at Wimbledon; Sept. 186 1, and 

aged 73, and died s. p. 11 January bur. there, 
bur. there. 1833, bur. at Felt- 
=f= ham. 

A A 



I 

Martha, Mary, born 28 

born 2 April 1780; February 1782; 

marr. 29 October died unmarried, 

1805, at Wimble- and was bur. 16 

don; died 13 No- April 1801, at 

vember 1858, bur. Wimbledon. 
at Lewisham. 



Cass. 

[Vol. I, p. 114.] 




^^■^ 



Pedigree of Cass. 



John Cass of Barmby,=j=Jennett, his wife, marr. at 





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in the parish of How- 
den, CO. York. 



Howden 11 July 1546; bur. 
there 16 November 1564. 



Jennett, dau. of Richard Smith ;=j=George Cass of=j=Catherine Pet- 



bapt. at Howden 23 February 
154! ; marr. there 20 April 
1572 ; bur. there 17 July 1580. 
I St wife. 



Barmby ; bapt. 
at Howden 23 
October 154S; 
bur. there 19 
February isgy. 



wardine, marr. 
at Howden 20 
Nov. 1580. 2nd 
wife. 



I 
Robert Cass of=i=Elizabeth AValker, marr. William Cass of Barmby; bapt.=j=Emme, his wife, 
Barmby; bapt. at 
Howden 5 Jan- 
uary 158I; bur. 
there 11 Novem- 
ber 1620. 



at Howden i May 1609; at Howden 25 January isSf ; marr. at Howden 

bur. there 27 July 1637. bur. there 28 January 1662. 20 April 1605; 

AdiiioninPeculiarCourt Will dated in 1662, proved in bur. there 17 No- 

of Howden 5 August Peculiar Court of Howden 4 | vember 1654. 



■637- 



June 1663. 



A 



I I. 

George Cass, bapt. at Howden 2 William Cass of Barmby ; bapt.=Jane Miresse, marr. at 

September 1610. Adirion to his at Howden 10 February i6if; Howden 27 October 

mother 1637, mentioned in will of bur. there 19 June 1676. Will 1640; bur. there 5 

his uncle, William Cass, 1662, and dated 5 April, and proved 29 March 1651. 

in will of his brother, William Cass, June 1676, in Peculiar Court of 

1676. Howden. 



I 
Robert Cass of Barmby, proved=f=Elizabeth Sharpe, 



his father's will i6|^; bui 
Howden 29 June 1685. Adriion 
in Peculiar Court of Howden 8 
July 1685. 



marr. at Howden 
21 May 1674. Ad- 
ministratrix to her 
husband 1685. 



I 
Richard Copley,=Anne, marr. at 
mentioned in will Howden 24 April 
of John Cass 1677 : mentioned 
1679. in her father's 

will 1679. 



John Cass of Barmby ; bur. at Howden=j=Jane Sutton of Sandhall, in Howden ; marr. there 



4 July 17 1 7. Will dated 24 May, proved 
15 July 1717, in Peculiar Court of 
Howden. 



November 1702; proved her husband's will 17 17, 
bur. there 18 April 1763. 



I 
John Cass of Barmby ; bapt. at How-= 
den February 1710; mentioned in his 
father's will 1717; died in 1755, bur. 
at Howden 15 May following. 



=Martha, dau. of William Hopper; born at Bradley Hall, 
Huddersfield, co. York, 24 November 17 18. She 
remarried Richard Day of Barmby, who died January 
1780. Died 5 July 1802, bur. at Tottenham, co. 
Middlesex. 



II II III 

William Cass, bapt. at Howden John Cass, bur. at How- Alice, bapt. at Howden 25 February 

2 March issf; bur. there 2 den 22 April 1564. isl^j bur. there 8 July 1550. 

March i5sf. __ — 

— Jennett, bur. at Howden 14 June 

John Cass, bapt. at Howden 7 Isabella, bapt. at How- 1551. 

December 1556; bur. there 2 den 13 September 1546. 

March iSSr- Agnes, bapt. at Howden 11 June 

1552- 



I I 



John Cass, bur. at Howden 
24 September 15S7. 



II II 

ignes, bapt. at Howden 9 April Agnes, bapt. at Howden 27 

586; bur. there 25 October 1588. October 1588; bur. there 12 

— — December following. 

Agnes, bapt. at Howden 2 Catherine, bapt. at Howden 25 — 

September 1581; bur. there June 1587; bur. there 15 January Mary, bur. at Howden 13 

23 March 1584. 158I. February 159!. 



John Cass of Barmby ; bapt. at Howden 1 3=j=Margaret, his 



July t6i8; proved the will of his brother, 
William Cass, 1676 ; bur. there 11 December 
1670. Will dated 8 December 1679, proved in 
Peculiar Court of Howden 1 7 March following. 



wife, bur. 
Howden 15 
February 1 65 g-. 



I 
Robert Cass, bapt. at Howden 
19 December 1620 ; proved will 
of his uncle, William Cass, 
1663, and the will of his brother 
John Cass, 1678. 



John Cass, bapt. 

at Howden 22 

November 1 7 1 3 ; 

bur. there 6 May February 170! 

1714. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at Jane, mentioned Mary, bapt. at Hannah, bapt. at 
Howden 8 August in her father's Howden 30 June Howden 4 De- 
703, bur. there 12 will 1717. 



1708; mentioned cember 1715. 
in father's will 



I 
William Cass of Beaulieu= 
Lodge, Winchmore Hill, Ed- 
monton, and of London, Mer- 
chant ; born at Asselby 20 
February 1743 ; died at Beau- 
lieu Lodge, Winchmore Hill, 
29 October, and bur. at Tot- 
tenham 6 November 1819. 
Will dated 2 April 18 18, with 
codicil of same date, proved 
in London 18 November 
1819. (509 Ellenbrd.) ^ 



■Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Evan 
and Sarah Owen of Oni- 
bury, near Ludlow, co. Salop; 
born there 31 March, and 
bapt. 5 April 1752, at Oni- 
bury ; marr. at St. Botolph's, 
Aldgate, 8 February 1770; 
died in London 6 Decem- 
ber, bur. at Tottenham 15 
December 1825, aged 72. 



(For issue see " Visitation 0/ England and IVales,' 
Vol. I., page 114.) 



John Cass, 
2nd son ; 
died an in- 
fant. 



II I I I 
Anne. 

Mary. 

Martha. 

Jane. 



All died 
unmarried. 



IVill of IVilliam Cass, i8ig. 



Cass. 

"William Cass of Winchmore Hill in the Parish of Edmonton in 
the County of Middlesex, and of Coleman Street, in the City of 
London, Esquire." Freehold messuage, &c., at Winchmore Hill to 
wife Elizabeth for life, with remainder to sons, Charles and Frederick 
Cass. Leasehold messuage in Coleman Street to my wife. My son 
Joseph Cass. Residue of real and personal estate to sons, Charles and 
Frederick Cass, co-Exors with my wife. Witness : Ja^ Lowe, Rich'^ 
Haines, Jn° Harvey. 

Will dated 2 April 1818. Codicil same date. Proved iS November 
1819, by Charles Cass and Frederick Cass, two of the Exors. Power 
reserved, &:c., to Elizabeth Cass, the relict. 

P.C.C. [jop EUenbrd\ 



JVill of Frederick Cass, 1861. 

"Frederick Cass of Little Grove, East Barnet, in the County of 
Herts, Esquire." To wife, Martha Cass, annuity of ^i,ooo for life. 
My son, Captain Arthur Herbert Cass. My daughters-in-law, Julia 
Elizabeth Cass and Elizabeth Frances Cass. My wife's brother, Robert 
Potter, Esq., and Susannah his wife. My wife's sisters. Miss Susannah 
Potter and Miss Eliza Potter. Advowson of Hadley to son Frederick 
Charles Cass. Residue of real and personal estate to my sons, Rev. 
Frederick Charles Cass and Rev. Charles William Cass, my Exors (after 
paying two sums of ^10,000 to the trustees of their marriage settle- 
ments), for division amongst my three sons. Witness: J: Laurence 
Edmund Byrne. 

Will dated 14 May 1861. Proved 19 June 1861, by Exors. 

Principal Registry [1S61, 347]. 



Molyneux. Coiifiriuafiou of Arms to IVilliam Molineiix, 

[Vol.,,p.„6.] ^^^^_ 

To all & Singular to whom these Presents 
shall come Sir Isaac Heard Knight Garter 
Principal King of Arms & Ralph Bigland 
Esquire Norroy King of Arms of the North 
parts of England from the River Trent 
Northwards send Greeting Whereas His 
Majesty by Warrant under His Royal Signet 
and Sign Manual bearing date the twenty 
fourth day of May last signified unto the Most 
Noble Charles Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal 
& Hereditary Marshal of England that he had 
been graciously pleased to give & grant unto 
William Hockenhull of Lymme in the 
County Palatine of Chester Clerk his Royal 
Licence & Authority that he and his Issue may take & Use the surname 
of Molineux & also bear the Arms of Molineux with due distinctions in 
116 





9diKlko^£^^^ 



Haweoty 



compliance with the last Will and Testament of Bryan William Molineux Molyneux. 

late of Hawkley Hall in the Township of Pemberton in the County [Vol. i, p. ii6.] 

Palatine of Lancaster Esquire deceased Such Arms being first duly 

exemplified according to the Laws of Arms & recorded in the Herald's 

Office otherwise His Majesty's Said Licence & Permission to be void & 

of none effect. And forasmuch as the Said Earl Marshal did by Warrant 

under his Hand & Seal bearing date the thirteenth day of June Instant 

authorize & direct Us to exemplify & confirm such Arms with due 

distinctions accordingly Know ye therefore that We the said Garter & 

Norroy in obedience to His Majesty's Command in pursuance of his 

Grace's Warrant & by Virtue of the Letters Patent of our several offices 

to each of us respectively granted do by these Presents exemplify & 

confirm unto the said William HockenhuU now William Molineux the 

Arms of Molineux Viz. Azure a Cross Moline Or & (for Distinction) on 

a Canton Argent an Ass's Head erased Sable as the same are in the 

margin hereof more plainly depicted to be borne and used for ever 

hereafter by him the said Wilham Molineux & his Issue according to the 

tenor of His Majesty's Said Sign Manual & the Laws of Arms. In 

Witness whereof We the said Garter & Norroy Kings of Arms have to 

these Presents subscribed our Names & affixed the Seals of our 

respective Offices this twentieth day of June in the forty sixth year of 

the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third by the Grace of God 

of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland King Defender of 

the Faith &c. & in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred 

& six. 



//^/// 0/ Andreio du Moulin, i84g. Du Moulin Browne. 

[Vol. I, p. 118.] 

This is the last Will and Testament of me Andrew du Moulin of the 
City of Bath, Esquire. In the first place I direct that my just debts, 
funeral and testamentry expenses shall be paid by my executors here- 
after named, as soon as conveniently may be after my decease, and that 
my funeral shall be plain and unostentatious, and conducted with as 
little expense as circumstances will admit of. I give to my daughter 
Ann Atcherly, the wife of Rowland Atcherly of Sheldon in the county 
of Devon, Esquire, M.D., my gold watch and chain. I give to my dear 
wife Eliza du Moulin all my tin boxes which shall be in my house at 
the time of my decease, with all their contents. I give to my said dear 
wife the use of my rosewood pianoforte during her life, and after her 
decease to my said daughter Ann Atcherly absolutely. I give to my 
son Nicholas du Moulin the Portraits of my father, mother, and myself, 
which I trust he will preserve and bequeath to his child or children as 
heirlooms. I give to my said son my tin box with my name thereon, 
containing private papers of my own, and two other boxes containing 
deeds and papers which formerly belonged to my uncle Sir Thomas 
Moore and my aunt Lady Mannock, together with all the same deeds 
and papers respectively, the first mentioned tin box and one of the last 
mentioned boxes with their contents being now deposited for safe 
custody in the Banking-house of the London Joint Stock Western Branch 
Bank, 69 Pall Mall, the other box with its contents being now deposited 
117 



Du Moulin Browne, for safe custody with my trustees, Mr. Thomas Norris, solicitor, and Mr. 



[Vol. 



iS.] 



Macdonnel of 2 Bedford Row, London. I also give to my said son 
Nicholas du Moulin my four plated side dishes and covers (on condition that 
he shall accept them in full satisfaction of any claim on me or my estate 
on account of the loss or deficiency of some half-dozen [more or less] of 
old worn out silver spoons and forks and some other articles which were 
lost or missed some years since at my residence in Woolcomhe 
Crescent, Bath, and which he would otherwise have had at my death, 
and also on account of my having been obliged to exchange some of 
the old worn out forks and spoons to the benefit of which he thereby 
became entitled) but not otherwise. And as to the rest, residue and 
remainder of my personal estate and effects whatsoever and wheresoever 
not otherwise hereinbefore specifically bequeathed, I give and bequeath 
unto and to the use of my said dear wife Eliza du Moulin, her executors, 
and administrators and assigns absolutely. And inasmuch as I place 
entire confidence in her affection for our children I have no doubt she 
will make a proper and suitable division of the property between our two 
daughters, Ann Atcherly and Josephine du Moulin, my said son being 
already sufficiently provided for, and to this intent I would suggest to 
my said wife that in disposing of the property between my said two 
daughters it would be desirable to give the said daughter Ann Atcherly 
two thirds thereof, in consequence of her being married and having 
children, and to limit the said shares to the separate use of our two 
said daughters. I would also suggest that in the event of the death of 
either of my said daughters in the lifetime of my said wife without 
leaving issue her share might with propriety be given to her sister. But 
I hereby expressly declare that the several recommendations, sugges- 
tions, and clauses herinbefore contained shall not have the force or 
effect of imposing a trust on my said wife, or in any manner abridge or 
qualify her property and interest in my said estate or effects and premises 
any rule of equity to the contrary nothwithstanding. Also I devise to 
my said wife all estates, tenements and hereditaments, which now are, 
or at the time of my decease, may be vested in me as a Mortgagee or 
Trustee, subject to the trusts and equities affecting the same respec- 
tively. And I hereby nominate and appoint my said dear wife Eliza 
du Moulin, Executrix of this my will, and hereby revoking all former 
wills by me at any time heretofore made, I do declare this to be my last 
will and testament. In witness whereof I have to this will contained in 
two sheets of paper and to a duplicate thereof contained in a like 
number of sheets, set my hand this twenty eighth day of November in 
the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty nine. 

Signed and declared by the said Testator 
Andrew du Moulin as and for his 
last Will & Testament in the presence 
of us present at the same time who in 
his presence at his request and in the 
presence of each other have hereunto 
subscribed our names as witnesses. 

Granville Hill, 

SoliS Bath. 
Josp" Perkins, 

his clerk. 



Andrew du Moulin. 




DU MOULIN-BROWNE QUARTERINGS. 

1 and 20 Browne and Du Mouliu quarterly, 2 Du Moulin, 3 Browne, 4 Fitzalan, 5 Eitzalan, 
e Cluii 7 Warren, 8 Maltravers, 9 Neville, 10 Montacute, 11 Montliermer, 12 U oodstock, 
13 Wake 14 Meschines 15 'I'iptoft, 16 Intjoldestliorp, 17 De la Pole, IS de Burgh, 19 iluore. 



Monuuiental Inscriptions. 

HERE LYETH THE BODIES OF V^ 

WILLIAM AND MARY SON AND 

DAUGHTER OF M'^ WILLIAM BODDINGTON 

OF LONDON, AND FRANCES HIS WIFE. 

MARY DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE 1 3™ OF 

JULY 1695, AGED 14 YEARS; WILLIAM 

(cURSITOr) DEPARTED THE 25^^" OF 

NOVEMBER 1703, AGED 26 YEARS. 

WILLIAM THE FATHER DEPARTED THE lo'^" OF 

FEBRUARY 1 7 18, AGED 73. 

FRANCES THE MOTHER DEPARTED THE 11^" OF 

NOVEMBER 1727, AGED 84. 

On a marble tablet formerly in St. Mary's Chauntry north aisle, Croydon 
Farish Church, Surrey, which was destroyed by fire ^ January 1867. 



Boddington. 

[Vol. I, p. 121.] 



TO THE MEMORY OF THE FAMILY OF 

BENJAMIN BODDINGTON ESQ. 

SARAH WIFE OF THE ABOVE DIED 30 JANUARY 1770 AGED 32 YEARS. 

BENJAMIN SON OF THE ABOVE DIED I FEBRUARY 1770 AGED 

5 YEARS 2 2 DAYS. 

AMELIA SECOND WIFE OF THE ABOVE DIED 7 APRIL I776, AGED 28 YEARS. 

MARY DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE AND AMELIA HIS WIFE 

DIED 7 JULY 1777 AGED 5 YEARS 6 MONTHS I 9 DAYS. 

JOHN SON OF THE ABOVE AND AMELIA DIED I4 MARCH 1778, 

AGED 4 YEARS 6 MONTHS AND 1 9 DAYS. 

BENJAMIN BODDINGTON ESQ. DIED 15 AUGUST 179I AGED 61 YEARS. 

ALSO MARY THIRD WIFE OF THE ABOVE WHO DIED 6 OF MAY 

1822 AGED 81 YEARS. 

ALSO SAMUEL GRANDSON OF THE ABOVE WHO DIED I4 MARCH 

1793 AGED 3 MONTHS. 

ALSO SAMUEL SIDNEY GRANDSON OF THE ABOVE WHO DIED 

2 1 APRIL 1828 AGED 32 YEARS. 

Tablet in Enfield Farish Church, Middlesex. 



TO THE MEMORY OF THE FAMILY OF THOMAS BODDINGTON ESQ. 

MARIA DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE AND MARIA 

CATHERINA HIS WIFE DIED 30 MARCH 1772 

AGED 5 YEARS 12 DAYS. 

LOUISA DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE DIED 5 OCTOBER 

1779 AGED 2 MONTHS 26 DAYS. 

MARIA CATHERINA WIFE OF THE ABOVE 

DIED 15 JANUARY 1814 AGED 69 YEARS. 

DEEPLY LAMENTED BY HER AFFLICTED HUSBAND, 

HER SON AND HER EIGHT SURVIVING DAUGHTERS, 

TO WHOM SHE HAD PERFORMED, IN THE MOST 

EXEMPLARY MANNER, THE DUTIES OF A WIFE 

AND A PARENT. 

THOMAS BODDINGTON ESQ'*" DIED 28 JUNE 

182 1, AGED 85 YEARS. 

Tablet in Enfield Farish Church, Middlesex. 
119 



Boddington. sacred to the memory of samuel boddington esq'^'^ 

[Vol. I, p. 121.] OF UPPER BROOK STREET, LONDON, WHO DIED 

19 APRIL 1843, AND WAS BURIED IN THE 

FAMILY VAULT IN THIS CHURCH. 

THROUGH A LONG PERIOD OF POLITICAL 

CHANGES HE WAS A STEADY SUPPORTER OF CIVIL 

AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY. TO REFINED TASTE IN 

LITERATURE AND THE ARTS HE UNITED GREAT 

ACTIVITY OF MIND WITH A BENEVOLENCE 

AND CHEERFULNESS OF DISPOSITION THAT 

CAUSED HIM TO BE UNIVERSALLY RESPECTED 

AND BELOVED. 

THIS TABLET WAS ERECTED TO THE MEMORY 
OF AN AFFECTIONATE AND LAMENTED FATHER 
BY HIS ONLY DAUGHTER GRACE LADY WEBSTER. 

Tablet in Enfield Parish Church, Middlesex. 



Boddingtoii Book-plates. 

1. Benjamin Boddington, 14th child of George Boddington, 

born 26 October 1692, died 10 September 1779. 

2. Rev. Thomas Francis Boddington, Vicar of Wroxham, co. 

Norfolk, born 9 March 1838, married 19 July 1862, Louisa 
Mary, eldest daughter of Henry John Hayles Bond, M.D. 

Arms. — Quarterly : First and fourth, Boddington ; 
Second and third, Ball; impaling, First and 
fourth, Bond ; Second and third, Hayles. 

3. Reginald Stewart Boddington, born 3 June 1841, married 10 

April 1869, Emma Frances, dau. of Rev. Henry William 
Maddock. 

Arms. — Quarterly : First and fourth, Boddington ; 
Second and third, Ball ; impaling, Maddock. 





BODDINGTON BOOKPLATES. 
BOOKPLATES USED BY BENJAMIN BODDINGTON 



CITY OF LONDON, CONSUL AT ALEPPO 1712 TO I 




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oftkif p/^act O'^'TZt. 

of Lionel Holle ofCnedijton /^ 

hu Coimt^^ EjC/^)6yJv/io7n/i£/e/t 

tmo Sonjjohn &^ Martin ; ^^ 

fie c/c/jar£d thuJ^e9?2cM/ 20-/J24 
in hu 36 hea^r"^ 
Sfiei'uruwedjo arcat a /(^ 



wnUai2J€f)t. JVSQ.^ 
then /o/^)iJec) /wrl>ed^ucci Huf^c 
in the 48. ^"hear ofhe^- (2g£. 



REYDON CHURCH, SUFFOLK. 



Monwnental Inscriptions. Ewen. 

[Vol. I, p. 127.] 



HERE LYETH THE BODY OF THOMAS EWEN THE 

SON OF THOMAS EWEN WHO DEPARTED THIS 

LIFE OCT" 24™ 1688, AGED 5 YEARS AND 

SIX MONTHS. 



HERE LYETH THE BODY OF THOMAS EWEN 

GENT. WHOE DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE [2<)™] 

DAY OF OCT" A.D. 1 71 1 

. . . . YEAR .... 

HERE RESTETH THE BODY OF FRANCES JESSOP 

WHO WAS THE WIFE OF THOMAS EWEN GENT" 

OF THIS PARISH. SHE DEPARTED THIS LIFE 

FEB^ 3"° 1742 AGED 84. 



HERE LYETH Y*^ BODY OF JOHN THE SON 

OF JOHN EWEN AND CAROLINA HIS WIFE 

HE DEPARTED THIS LIFE MAY 2 1^'^ 1743 

AGED 3 MONTHS. 

NORRIS EWEN DIED MARCH 21^'" 1 747, AGED 5 MONTHS. 

MARTHA EWEN DIED NOV" 5"^" 1 750 

AGED 3 MONTHS. 

ALSO NORRIS EWEN DIED FEB^ 

20^" 1752, AGED 4 MONTHS. 



HERE RESTS THE BODY OF JOHN EWEN 

OF THIS PLACE GENT" 

AND OF MARTHA HIS WIFE 

DAUGHTER OF LIONEL HOLLE 

OF CHEDISTON IN THIS COUNTY 

esq"" by WHOM HE LEFT 2 SONS 

JOHN AND MARTIN 

HE DEPARTED THIS LIFE MAY 20^^" 1 724 

IN HIS 36™ YEAR 

SHE SURVIVED SO GREAT A LOSS 

UNTIL THE 12™ SEPT" 1 738, AND 

THEN FOLLOWED HER BELOVED HUSBAND 

IN THE 48™ YEAR OF HER AGE 



Reydon Church, co. Norfolk. 



Cavendish. 

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Anus on Book-plate. 



Cavendish. 

Hardwick. Brought in by the marriage of William Cavendish with 
his 3rd wife, Elizabeth, dau. of John Hardwick. 

BovLE. Brought in by Baroness Clifford, she being only surviving 
dau. and heir of Richard Boyle, Earl of BurHngton. This 
marriage brought Lismore Castle and the Irish estates into the 
family. 

Clifford. Brought in by the marriage of William, 4th Duke of 
Devonshire, 28 March 1748, with Charlotte, Baroness Clifford. 
This marriage brought the Londesborough and Bolton Abbey 
Estates into the family. 

Savile. Brought in by the marriage of William, 4th Duke of 
Devonshire, with Charlotte, Baroness Clifford, her mother having 
been Lady Dorothy Savile, dau. and co-heir of William, 2nd 
Marquis of Halifax. The Lincolnshire Estate of the Duke of 
Devonshire at Barrowby, near Grantham, was inherited through 
her. 

COMPTON. Brought in by the marriage of Lord George Augustus 
Henry Cavendish (afterwards created in 1831 Earl of Burlington) 
with Lady Elizabeth Compton, only child of Charles, 7th Earl of 
Northampton. The Sussex and Somersetshire Estates came 
with this marriage. 




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INDEX. 



INDEX. 



Acres, Joseph, 112; Mary, 112. 
Adam, Johan, 86 ; William, 86. 
Adams, Christian, Si, S7; Christopher, Si ; 

Mary, 99; Matthew, 81; Captain Nicho- 
las, 81, 87. 
Alderson, John, 60; Sarah Isabel, 60. 
Allanson, Alathea, 23, 24; Charles, 23. 
Allen, Eleanor, 19; John, 19. 
Anderton, Mary, 25; William, 25. 
Andros, Charles, 37; Elizabeth, 36; John, 

36; Rachel, 37. 
Armitage, Edward, 19; John, 19. 
Arthington, Henry, 19. 
Arundell, Rev. Francis Vyvyan Jago, 82. 
Asheldam, — , 93. 
Ashton, Edward, 22, 26. 
Askwith, Caleb, 20. 
Assheton, Sir Edmund, 91 ; Captain John, 

91; Radcliffe, 91; Sir Ralph, 91-94; 

Rebecca, 93; Richard, 91; William, 92; 

—.93- 
Astell, Mary, 96. 

Atcherley, Ann, 117, 118; Rowland, 117. 
Atkinson, Anne, 96 ; David, 96 ; Elizabeth, 

96; Frances, 96; James, 96; Lenox, 96; 

Thomas, 96; — , 96. 

Baker, Samuel, 59. 

Baildon, Robert, 12. 

Bailey, Mary, 24. 

Ball, — , 120. 

Banester, Roger, 12. 

Bannwell, Elizabeth, 79; John, 79. 

Barker, Robert, 59. 

Barnard, Gilbert, Baron, 60; — , 13. 

Barr, Angela, 80; George William, 80. 

Barraclough, Nancy, 22. 

Barrett, Elizabeth, 100; Thomas, 100. 

Barron, Anna Leigh Guy, 65 ; Augusta 
Anne, 65 ; Emily Frances, 66 ; Sir Henry 
Page-Turner, 66 ; Sir Henry Winston, 65. 

Bartlett, Alice, 80, 83, 85, 86; Anne, S3, 
86; Ann, 88; Bamaby John, 84; Benja- 
min, 32; Christian, 81, 87; Christopher, 
88 ; Dorothy, 83 ; Edith, 84 ; Elizabeth, 
81, 83, 86, 88; Ellis, 84; Felix, 83; 
Henry, 83, 86, 87; Jacob, 81, 85, 88; 
Jacob Bickford, 85, 86; Jane, 87; Joan, 
80, 81, 83, 85, 86; Johan, 88; John, 81, 



83-86, 88 ; John Adams, 84, 90 ; John 
Thomas Moysey, 81 ; Julian, 85 : Juliana, 
85; Katherine, 85; Margaret, 85; Mary, 
85, 88 ; Nicholas, 80 ; Nicholas Adams, 
81, 87 ; Odes, 81 ; Otho, 80, 85-88 ; 
Rebecca, 87 ; Reborka, 87 ; Richard, 83 ; 
Rowland,83; Samuel, 81, 88; Sarah, 88; 
Susan, 88 ; Susannah, 86, 88 ; Thomas, 
80, 81, 81-88; Thomasine, 83; Thomely, 
83; Walter, 81, 85, 88; William, 80,81, 
84-86, 88, 90 ; — , 82, 83. 

Barton, Everard, 97 ; Fleetwood, 91 ; John, 
98 ; John Everard, 98 ; Richard, 91 ; 
— 93. 94- 

Batte, John, 14. 

Bawden, Elizabeth, 41; Hugh, 41. 

Baxter, Rev. John, 96 ; Rev. John Alexan- 
der, loi ; Rev. John Henry Churchill, 
99, lOi ; — , 93. 

Bayfield, EleanorEliza,63; JohnWolsey,63. 

Bayley, Blanche, 100; Lieut. -Colonel Sir 
Henry, 100. 

Baytor, Elizabeth, 96. 

Beatty, James, 60 ; Captain Vincent, 60. 

Beauchamp, Elizabeth, 41 ; John, 41 ; 
William, 41. 

Beaufort, Henr)', Duke of, 65 ; Rev. Henry, 
42; Mary, 42. 

Belham, Richard, 8. 

Berrow, Jethro, 76; Winnifred, 76. 

Betts, Edward, 6. 

Bevan, — , 7. 

Bickford, Agnes, 86; Jacob, 86; Mary, 86. 

Bigland, Ralph, 116. 

Billing, John, 7. 

Bilton, William, 31. 

Bishop, Catherine, 79- 

Blaydes, Ann, 61 ; Anne, 62 ; Benjamin, 
59-62; Catherine Ann, 61, 62; Charles 
Benn, 59, 60 ; Christopher, 59, 61, 
62 ; Delia Katherine, 59, 61, 64 ; Delia 
Maria, 59, 61, 64; Emmeline Sophia, 
59; Emily, 60; Elizabeth, 59-62 ; Fanny 
Maria, 64, 65; Frances, 59-61; Frede- 
rick Augustus, 56 ; F. A., 57 66 ; 
Frederick Henry Marvell, 59, 64 ; 
Henrietta Christina, 59 ; Harriet Eliza- 
beth, 59-61 ; Hugh, 59-62, 64 ; Hugh 
Mar\'ell, 59-61 ; Harry Seymour, 59, 60; 



James, 6i, 62; Katherine, 60; Kathe- 

rine Ann, 59 ; Kitty, 59, 62 ; Louisa 

Anne, 59; Lucy, 59, 60; Marianne, 59; 

Mary Anne, 60; Peter, 59; — , 59. 
Elencowe, George, 25; William, 25. 
Blenkhow, George, 30; William, 30. 
Blondell, Leonard, 36; Rachel, 36. 
Blount, Walter Aston, 106, 10;; — , 59. 
Blunt, Annabella, 22; Francis, 22. 
Blythe, — , 99. 
Boddington, Amelia, 119; Benjamin, 112, 

119; Catherine, 119; Frances, 119; 

George, 120; John, no; Maria, 119; 

Maria Catherine, 119; Mary, 119; 

Louisa, 119; Reginald Stewart, 120; 

Samuel, 119; Samuel Sidney, 119; 

Sarah, 119; Thomas, 119; Rev. Thomas 

Francis, 120; William, 119. 
Boiling, Rosamund, 12; Tristram, 12. 
Bond, Henry John Hayles, 120; Louisa 

Mary, 120. 
Boorman, Edward, 79; Elizabeth, 79. 
Booth-Elizabeth, 80, 95 ; James, 95. 
Bootheby, Cecil Brooke, 49 ; Fanny, 49 ; 

William, 49. 
Bouchier, Barington, 34. 
Bowles, Thomas, 26. 
Bowling, — , 23. 
Boyle, Richard, 122. 
Bradburn, Robert, 8. 
Bradford, — , 23. 
Briggs, Catherine Amelia, loi ; General 

John, loi. 
Brockholes, — , 93. 
Bromley, Robert, 6. 
Brooke, Anne, 95 ; John, 95 ; John Charles, 

83; Joshua, 31; Lettice, 92; Richard, 

92 ; William, 95. 
Brown.Ann, 55; Benjamin, 55;Rev.Charles, 

55; Douglas, 55; Elizabeth, 55; George, 

55; Gervase, 19; Hannah, 55; Harriet, 

55 ; Henr^, 55 ; Joseph Thomas, 55 ; 

Martha, 55; Mary Anne, 55; Mary, 55; 

Robert, 55 ; Samuel Wilse, 55 ; Sarah, 

55; Sophia, 55; Thomas, 55; William, 

55- . 
Browning, John, 76; Mary Veitch, 76. 
Brownlow, — ,81. 

Bruen, John, 92; Sarah, 92; Tilston, 92. 
Brydges, Charlotte Katherine, 100; James, 

63 ; Mary, 63 ; Sir Samuel Egerton, 100. 
Bully, Anne, 85. 
Burlington, George, Earl of, 122; Richard, 

Earl of, 122. 
Burnley, Eliza, loi. 
Bushall, Captain Browne, iS; Dorothy, iS; 

Mary, 18; Nicholas, iS. 
Byrche, Elizabeth, 100; Rev. William 

Dejovas, 100. 
Byrne, Edmund, Il5. 



Caldwell, Lucy Elizabeth Georgiana, loS. 
Camden, William, 47. 
Carr, Sarah, 60. 



Gary, Cartarct, 40; Sir Edward, Si. 

Caslake, Elizabeth, 112; John, 112; Mary, 
112; Mary Ann, 112; Sarah, 112. 

Cass, Anne, 114, 1:5; Agnes, 115; Alice, 
115; Captain Arthur Herbert, 116; 
Catherine, 114, 115; Charles, 116; Rev. 
Charles William, 116; Emme,ii4; Eliza- 
beth, 115, 116; Elizabeth Frances, 116; 
Frederick, 116; Rev. Frederick Charles, 
116; George, 114; Hannah, 115; Isa- 
bel, 115; Jane, 114, 115; Jennett, 114, 
115; John, 114, 115; Joseph, 116; Julia 
Elizabeth, 116; Margaret, 115; Martha, 
115, 116; Mary, 115; Robert, 114, 
115; William, 114-116. 

Cavendish, Lord George Augustus Henry, 
122; WiUiam,"i22. 

Chandler, Mary, 79 ; Thomas, 79. 

Chandos, Jamci, Du^ie of, 63. 

Chappell, Alicr, 80, 85. 

Cllill:-, I.. K' -. ir,. 

Cii- . \ .■ 

Cii : ii I,. iS; Henrietta, 2?, 32; 

S„ lf.,,iy^ I , ly, 23, 33, 34; Sir Hugh, 

-3i 33>34; Ivitherine, 23; Lady, 23, 33; 

Richard, 23 ; — , 33. 
Cholmondley, Eleanor Eliza, 63; J. G., 63. 
Churchill, General, 27. 
Chub, — , 93. 

Clapham, Hannah, 95 ; William, 95. 
Clarke, Ann, 60; Mary, 55; John, 55. 
Clay, Amelia, 91 ; Joseph Travis, 91 ; 

Mary, 91 ; Sarah Ann, 91 ; William, 91. 
Clifford, Charlotte, Baroness, 122; Baroness, 

122. 
Clifton, Colonel, 3; Mrs., 25. 
Cokayne, George Edward, 106; G. E., 

107 ; — . 93. 94- 

Collier, Rev. Carus Vale, 71, 73; Rev. 
Charles, 6S-70; Elizabeth, 70, 73 ; Ellen, 
68 ; Fanny Vale, 69 ; George, 68, 69 ; 
Jarvis, 69; John, 69-71; Martha Eliza, 
69 ; Mary, "68, 69 ; Sarah, 69 ; Sarah 
Ann, 68 ; William, 68, 69. 

Compton, Elizabeth, 122. 

Cooke, John Richard Maguyre, 74 ; Mary, 
74 ; Robert Wormwould, 74 ; — , 59. 

Coombes, Ann, 113; Richard, 113. 

Copley, Anne, 114; Richard, 114. 

Cord, Abraham, 79; Sarah, 79. 

Cornwall, Rt. Rev. FfoUiott Herbert Wal- 
ker, 49; Rt. Rev. Frederick Walker, 49. 

Cotes, John, 50 ; Lady Louisa Harriet, 50. 

Coulter, Harriet, 80; James, 80. 

Cove, Elizabeth, 76; John, 76. 

Cox, Mercy, So. 

Crawley, — , 59. 

Croft, Captain William, 59. 

Croke, — , 59. 

Cromwell, Oliver, l8. 

Cronyn, Anna Frances, 100; Rev. Ed- 
mund, 100. 

Cross, Christopher, 55 ; Elizabeth, 55. 

Cunliffe, — , 93. 

Curtis, Everard, 98; Mary, 98. 



Daniel, Frances Elizabeth, 74 ; George, 

74; Harriet, 74- 
Dates, Elizabeth, 20; John, 20. 
Dawes, — , 24. 

Day, Martha, 114; Richard, 114. 
De Carteret, Mary, 36 ; Peter, 36. 
De Jersey, Mary, 36 ; Nicholas, 36. 
De la Marche, Charles, 36; EUzabeth 

36. 
De la Pryme, Elizabeth, 60, 61 ; Peter, 

61 ; — , 59- 
De Stopham, Joan, 83; William, 83. 
Devonshire, William, Duke of, 122. 
Deyville, — , 93. 
Distin, John, 88. 
Dixon, Catherine Townley, 9, 10 ; Henry, 

6, 9, 10; Jeremiah, 6; John, 6. 
Dormer, — , 93. 
Dorre. — . 93, 
Dryden, lievill, 66; Elizabeth, 66; Sir 

Erasmus, 66; Sir Henry Edward Leigh, 

65. 
Duckenfield, Jane, 17; Katherine, 17; 

Robert, 17, 20. 
Dugdale, — , 23. 
Du Moulin, Andrew, 117, 118; Elizabeth, 

117, 118; Josephine, 118; Nicholas, 117 



Eales, Anne, 74; Caroline, 44; Catherine, 
75; Charles Thomas, 74; Elizabeth, 44, 
74-76; Emily Fulford, 76; Frances Eliza- 
beth, 74; Jenny, 76; John, 74-76; Major- 
General 'John, 75, 76 ; Kate, 75 ; 
Martha, 75, 76 ; Mary, 74, 76 ; Mary 
Veitch, 76 ; Philippa, 75, 76 ; Richard, 
44, 74, 76; Susan, 74; Thomas, 75; 
William, 75 ; Rev. William Thomas 
Huxley, 76 ; Winifred, 74-76 ; Winifred 
Emma, 75. 

Edenor, — , 93. 

Edwards, Elizabeth, 80; — , 99. 

Egerton, — , 9. 

Emeris, Ann, 96; Rev. John, 96. 

Empson, Elizabeth, 2 ; Frances, 2 ; 
Matthew, 2. 

Essex, Robert, Earl of, 34. 

Ewen, Caroline, 121 ; Frances Jessop, 121 ; 
John, 121 ; Martha, 121 ; Martin, 121 ; 
"Norris, 121; Thomas, 121. 

Faber, Anne, 106 ; Edith Cust, 106 ; Charles 
Waring, 106 ; Emily Bessie, 106 ; Mary 
Anne, 106 ; Reginald Stanley, 106 ; 
General William Raikes, 106. 

Fairfax, Rev. Henry, 17, 1 8, 20; Katherine, 
17; Lord, 19. 

Falthroppe, Robert, 12. 

Favour, Rev. John, 15. 

Feilden, — , 94. 

Penning, Sarah, 55. 

Fenton, Jane, 59. 

Finney, Edward, 8. 

Firmstone, Frances Anne, loi; John, loi. 

Fletcher, Henry, 25; — , 25. 



Foljambe, Cecil George Savile, 50, 53, 54; 

George Savile, 53; Selina Charlotte, 

53; —47- 
Foote, Elizabeth, 43; John Pearson, 43. 
Forber, John, 5 ; Thomas, 6. 
Ford, Elizabeth, 87. 
Fortescue, John Inglett, 39 ; Sarah Bridget, 

39- 
Fox, Rev. Francis, 5 ; Thomas, 5. 
Frank, Anne, 26; Edward, 26. 
Franke, — , 33. 

Frazen, Catherine, 80 ; Thomas, 80. 
Frazer, Ann, 55 ; Captain Thomas, 55. 
French, Hester, 80. 
Fryer, Rev. Charles Gulliver, 63; Helen 

Elizabeth, 63. 
Fullagar, Anna, 79 ; John, 79. 
Furness, Elizabeth, 79. 
Fursdon, — , 59. 

Galley, Eleanor, 25 ; — , 25. 

Galpin, Mary, 112; James, 112; Captain 

James, 112. 
Garis, Anne de, 36 ; Richard de, 36. 
Gascoigne, Anne, 17; Ehzabeth, 17; John, 

17; Margaret, 17; William, 17. 
Gatkill, — , 99. 
Gibson, CaroHne, loi ; Elizabeth, :oi ; 

John, loi ; Rev. John Edgar, loi. 
Gill, Elizabeth, 96; Henry, 87; John, 96; 

Robert, 31 ; Sarah, 31 ; Thomas, 96. 
Gillow, Joseph, 25. 
Gladwin, Captain H. A., 59. 
Gledhill, Dorothy, 14-17; Michael, 14, 15, 

17- 
Glover, — , 13. 

Goldsmith, Elizabeth, 79 ; Thomas, 79. 
Goodall, Joshua, 31. 
Graham, Captain Edward Lloyd, 35 ; 

Sarah, 24; — , 35. 
Green, Martha, 22. 
Greene, Serjeant, 34. 
Grendon, Juliana, 85; William, 85. 
Guille, Anne, 36; Arthur William Stevens, 

40; Elizabeth, 36, 37 ; George, 40; Rev. 

George de Carteret 37 ; Jacques, 36 ; 

James, 36; Jaques, 40; Jean, 36; John, 

36-38, 40; John Stevens, 40; Mary, 36; 

Rachel, 36, 37 ; Richard, 36 ; Sophia, 

37, 40; William, 37. 

Haines, Anne, 27, 28; Dr., 9; Rev. Nathan, 
27, 28; N. F., 9; Nathaniel Tempest, 
28; Richard, 116; Tempest, 35. 

Haley, Sarah, 91. 

Halifax, WiUiam, Marquis of, 122. 

Harcourt, Lady Catherine JuUa, 50; Fran- 
cis Vernon, 50- 

Hardwick, Elizabeth, 122; John, 122. 

Hargrave, Sir Thomas, 13. 

Harris, Catherine, 41, 42; Edward, 41, 
43, 45 ; Eleanor, 43, 45 ; Elizabeth, 41, 
42, 44; Henry, 41, 45; John, 41, 44, 
45 ; Richard, 41 ; Susannah, 41 ; Wil- 
liam, 41, 44; — , 46. 



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Hartley, John, l6; William, i6. 

Harvey, Catherine, 42 ; John, 1 16 ; 

Martin, 42 ; Tobiah, 26. 
Hatch, Ehzabeth, So; Isaac, 80. 
Hatton, Edward Anthony, 25 ; Lord, 36. 
Hawke, Cassandra, 64 ; Edward, Admiral 

Lord, 64 ; llartin Bladen, 64. 
Hawkesbury, Cecil George Savile, Baron, 

50, 53, 54; Robert Banks, Lord, 49. 
Hawkey, Anthony, 76; Mary, 76. 
Haworth, Frederick, 39 ; Louisa Annie, 

39 ; Walter Stuart Stevens, 39. 
Hayward, Catherine, 80. 
Head, Catherine, 42, 45 ; Isaac, 42, 45. 
Heard, Sir Isaac, 47, 48, 116. 
Hebden, — , 23. 

Heptinstall, Hannah, 55; Robert, 55. 
Hereford, Bishop of, 49. 
Herthull, — , 93, 94. 
Hesketh, Ann, 10 ; Mistress, 7 ; Robert, 

10 ; Sir Robert, 3 ; Sarah, 3 ; Thomas, 10. 
He«thwaite, William, 14. 
Hicks, Ellen, 24; George, 24. 
Higgins, Alfred, 106 ; Arthur, 106 ; 

Charles, 106 ; Edward, 108 ; Frederick, 

106 ; Henry, 106 ; Margaret, 106, 107 ; 

William, loS, 109; — , 107. 
Hill, Catherine, 42 ; Granville, 118 ; 

Rev. Josiah, 42 ; — ,93. 
Hobman, Anne, 96 ; Mary, 96 ; William, 

96 ; William Smyth, 96. 
HockenhuU, Rev. William, 116, 117. 
Hodgskin, Elizabeth, 79 : Stephen, 79. 
Hoghton, Lucy, 92 ; Sir Richard, 92. 
Holboume, — , 19, 34. 
Holder, Millicent, 108. 
Holditch, Henry, 87. 
Holford, George Peter, 49. 
Holland, Jane, 17; Richard, 17. 
HoUe, Martha, 121; Lionel, 121. 
Holman, Mary, 96. 

Holmes, Francis, 24; Lord, 24; Maria, 24. 
Holt, — , 93. 

Honisett, Elizabeth, 80; Joseph, 80. 
Hopper, Martha, 114; William, 114. 
Hord, — , 93. 
Home, Elizabeth, 19; John, 19; William 

15- 
Howard, Dorothea Catherine, 98 ; Eliza 

beth, 98: Robert, 98; Rev. Richard, 98 
Howell, Anne, 64; Frances, 64; Joseph 

64. 
Hoyles, Ann, 74; Susan, 74; William, 74, 
Hubert, Elizabeth, 37; Peter, 37. 
Huddlestone, Ferdinando, 25 ; — , 25. 
Hughes, Margaret, loS. 
Hulls, John, 93 ; Rebecca, 92, 93 ; William, 

92, 93- 
Hunt, John, 79; Mary, 79. 
Hurst, — , 93. 
Hyde, Elizabeth, 91 ; John, 91 ; — , 93. 

Jackson, John, 32; Martha, 60; William, 

60. 
Jacques, Elizabeth Mee, 98; Robert, 98. 



Jane, Alice, So; Thomas, 86; W'alter, 81, 
S5; William, 80, 85, 86. 

Jarvis, Elizabeth, 70, 73; Thomas, 70, 73. 

Jenkinson, Catherine Julia, 50; Charles, 47, 
49 ; Charles Cecil Cope, 49, 53, 54 ; 
George, 49 ; John, 49 ; Lady Louisa Har- 
riet, 50; Robert, 47, 49; Robert Banks, 
49; Robert Henry, 49 ; Selina Charlotte, 
50, 53 ; see also under Liverpool. 

Johns, Eleanor, 43. 

Johnson, R. P., 9. 

Johnston, Sarah, 55. 

Jones, Catherine, 75; William, 75. 

Juxon, Archbishop, 3 ; Robert, 3 ; Sarah, 
2 ; Sir William, 3. 

Kay, — , 93. 

Kaye, Sarah, 95. 

Kempthorne, F.d.v.xrd, 41; Elizabeth, 41. 

Kennerby, Ann, 78. 

Kensington, E Iward, 55; Sophia, 55. 

Kersey, Robert Cooper, 100. 

Kilburn, Elizibeth, 55 ; Samuel, 55 ; 

Sarah, 55; William, 55. 
Kip, S., 26. 
Kirk, Anne, 2 ; Catherine, 2 ; Samuel, 2 ; 

William, 2. 
Kitson, Rev. ]-^dward Addicott, 75 ; Kate, 

75; Rev. Walter Cartwright, 75. 
Kneller, — , 27. 
Knowlesley, Elizabeth, 59, 60; George, 60. 

Lacy, John, 14. 

Lambe'rt, Henry, 24 ; R'', 35 ; Susannah 

Pritchard, 24. 
Langham, Henrietta, 60; Sir William, 60. 
Lark, Thomas, 49. 

Latus, Ferdinando, 25 ; Henrietta, 25. 
Laurence, J., 116. 

Law, Rt. Rev. Dr. , 2 ; Elizabeth, 32 ; — , 10. 
Leasingham, Jane, 24 ; Mary, 24 ; Thomas, 

24- 
Legard, Richard, 34. 
Leigh, Cassandra, 63 ; Mary, 63 ; The 

HonWe Mary, 63 ; Theophilus, 63 ; 

William, 63. 
Lever, — , 93. 94. 
Leverton, Elizabeth, 44. 
Limbrey, Grace, 85. 
Lister, Mary, 92; Thomas, 12, 92. 
Liverpool, Catherine, Countess of, 49 ; 

Charles Cecil Cope, Earl of, 50, 53, 54; 

Charles Cecil Cope Jenkinson, 50, 54 ; 

Charles, Earl of, 48, 49 ; Earl of, 47 ; 

Mary, Countess of, 49; Mayor of, 48; 

Robert Ban'<s Jenkinson, Earl of, 49. 
Lloyd, Rev. Benjamin Marner, 103. 
Loddington, — , 93. 
Lodge, Edmund, 7. 
Lowe, James, 1 16. 
Lucas, Elizab.:th, 91; William, 91. 
Lutwidge, — , 10. 
Lyme, Anne, 2 : Elizabeth, i ; Grace, 2 ; 

Isabella, I ; Thomas, 2 ; William, i ; 



Macdonnel, — , Ii8. 

Machell, Ann, 60; Colonel Christopher, 

60; — , 59. 
Maddock, Emma Frances, 120 ; Rev. 

Henr)- William, 120. 
Maister, Henry William, 59. 
Maleverer, Alice, 15; Elinor, 15; William, 

IS- 
Mallory, Alice, 6, 7 ; Elizabeth, 7 ; Rev. 

George, 7 ; Sarah, 4, 6, 7 ; Thomas, 6 ; 

Rev. Thomas, 7 ; Sir William, 23 ; — , 7. 
Mancester, — , 93. 
Mannock, Lady, 117. 
Maple, Elizabeth, 117. 
Marchant, Caroline Carterette le, 37. 
Margerison, John, 31 ; Mary, 32. 
Marlborough, Duke of, 95. 
Marsh, Peter, 4; Sarah, 4. 
Marshall, — , 93. 

Martyn, Salome, 74; Thomas, 74. 
Marvell, Andrew, 62; Rev. Andrew, 62; 

Anne, 61, 62. 
Marwood, James, 39 ; James Thomas 

Benedictus, 39; Sarah Bridget, 39. 
Mason, Mary, 113; Samuel, 113. 
Mauleverer, Alice, 24; James, 16. 
Maunsell, — , 93. 

Meban, David, loS; Elizabeth, 108. 
Medlycott, — , 93. 
Merrel, Edward, So; Mary, 80. 
Middleton, Miss, 59 ; — , 93. 
Milner, Frances, 100; William, 100. 
Milton, Selina Charlotte, Viscountess, 50, 

53 ; William Charles Wentworth Fitz- 

william, Viscount, 50, 53. 
Miresse, Jane, 1 14. 
Mirfield, Christopher, 12, 13; Eleanor, 12; 

Ellen, 12; Peter, 12; Richard, 12, 13; 

— , 33- 
Molineux, Bryan William, 117; Richard, 

25 ; William, 116. 
Moore, Elizabeth, 42; Joanna, 85; Joseph, 

42; Sir Thomas, 117. 
Morris, Martha, 21. 
Moysey, Elizabeth, 87; Joan, 87; John, 87. 



Naudin, Phillippa, 43. 
Nettleton, Lydia, 62; Robert, 62. 
Nicholls, Anne, 17; Grace, 17; Robert, 17; 

Tempest, 17. 
Norfolk, Charles, Duke of, 48, 116; Henry, 

Duke of, 50, 53, 106. 
Norris, Thomas, 118. 
Northampton, Charles, Earl of, 122. 
Nott, Samuel, 35, — , 35. 



Gates, Elizabeth, 21 ; Joshua, 21. 
O'Brien, — , 93, 94. 
Oldbury, EHnor, 15; Richard, 15. 
Oldfield, Ann, 12, 13; Edmund, I 
Orred, George, 10. 
Osbaldeston, Sir Edward, 91. 
Otway, Charles, 65 ; Marion, 65. 



Owen, Elizabeth, 115; Evan, 115; Sarah, 

US- 
Page, Sir Gregory, 64. 

Page-Fryer, Helen Elizabeth, 63. 

Page-Turner, Anna Leigh Guy, 25 ; Arthur 
Augustus, 66 ; Sir Edward George 
Thomas, 64 ; Sir Edward Henry, 65 ; 
Emily Maria, 64 ; Emily Mary, 66 ; 
Eleanor Eliza, 63 ; Fanny Maria, 64 ; 
Frances, 64 ; Dowager Frances, Lady, 
66 ; Frances Stacpoole, 64 ; Francis 
William Martin, 65 ; Sir Gregory, 64 ; 
Gregory Osborne, 63 ; Sir Gregory Os- 
borne, 63 ; Helen Elizabeth, 63 ; Ka- 
therine Jane, 64 ; Marion, 65 ; Mary, 
65; Sophia, 64; — , 63, 67. 

Palgroyman, — , 96. 

Pardoe, Sarah, 7. 

Parker, Elizabeth, 92; John, 92. 

Parkinson, Elizabeth, 91 ; Robert, 91 ; — , 
93- 

Patten, Frances, 92 ; Thomas, 92. 

Paul, Katherine, 43. 

Pearson, Edward, 10; Lucy, 10; — , 10. 

Peirce, Mary, 79. 

Pelham, Anne, 26 ; John, 26 ; Peregrine, 
26. 

Pellowe, Elizabeth, 43 ; Captain Richard, 
43- 

Perkins, Joseph, 118. 

Peter, Afice, 85 ; James, 85. 

Peters, Anna, 88. 

Petre, Baron, 83. 

Petwardine, Catherine, 114. 

Phillipp, Eleanor Martha, 113; Elizabeth, 
81, 87; Joseph, 113; Richard, 87. 

Pigott, George, 91 ; Mary, 91 ; — , 93. 

Pilkington, Arthur, 12; Eleanor, 12. 

Piatt, Margaret, 107; Robert, 107. 

Piatt- Higgins, Alfred, 107 ; Arthur, 107 ; 
Charles, 107; Frederick, 107; Henry, 107, 
III; Margaret, 107 ; — , 107. 

Plunibe, Abraham, i, 2, 7, 8 ; Ann, 2, 8, 
9 ; Anna, 4 ; Anne, 2, 4, 6 ; Catherine 
Townley, 6, 9 ; Edward, 4 ; Elizabeth, 
I, 2, 4-8, 27, 28, 32; Elizabeth Sarah, 
4, 8, 10, 28; E. S., 10; Ellen, 6; 
F., 9; Frances, 5, 7, 8, 10, 28; Fran- 
ces Penelope, 10; Hannah, 4; Henrietta, 
10, 28 ; Henrietta Mildred, 5, 8, 10 ; 
H. M., 9 ; Henrietta Townley, 9 ; 
Isabel, 6 ; Johanna, 4 ; Colonel John, 
10; John, I, 3, 4, 7-10; John Egerton, 
10; Lydia, 6-8; Margaret, i, 4, 7; 
Mary, i, 5-8; Rachel, 4; Richard, i; 
Sarah, 3, 4, 7-10, 28; Sarah Ann, 9; 
Susan, 4 ; Tempest, 5, 8, 9 ; Thomas, 
1-4, 6-9, 27, 28; Rev. Thomas, 4; 
Thomas Richard, 9; W., 9; William, 2, 
4, 5, 7, 10 ; Rev. William, 2, 28 ; 
— , 8-10, 35. 

Plumbe-Tempest, Catherine Elizabeth, 28 ; 
Henrietta, 28; Colonel John, 3, 5, II, 
28, 35; Colonel Thomas Richard, 5, 28. 



Polhill, Emily Frances, 66 ; Captain 

Frederic Charles, 66. 
Polhill-Turner, Emily Frances, 66; Captain 

Frederick Charles, 66. 
Pollard, Richard, i6; William i6. 
Pope, Alexander, 23, 24. 
Popley, Robert, 14. 
Potter, Eliza, 116; Robert, 116; Susannah, 

116. 
Pounett, Anne, 79. 
Prime, Elizabeth, 59. 
Pritchard, George, 24; Susannah, 24. 



Queen, Eliz.ibeth, 12-15; Vi 
54, 106, 107. 



1. 50. S3. 



Raban Catherine, 75 ; Lieut. -Colonel 

George Higgins, 75 : Thomas, 75. 
Radcliffe, Cecilia, 91 ; Edward, 91 ; George, 

14; Joanna, 91 ; Nicholas, 14; Thomas, 

91 ; William, 91. 
Rawson, Benjamin, 4; Elizabeth, 4; T., 

10; Thomas, 19. 
Rawstorne, Lieut. -Colonel, 10. 
Rayner, Randall, 14. 
Rayney, Jevras, 14. 
Raynay, Jervas, 15. 
Reade, Ellinor Hastings, 106. 
Ricketts, Cornwallis, 10, 28 ; Frederick S* 

Vincent, 64 ; Henrietta, 28 ; John 

Bourke, 64; Katherine Jane, 64; Rear- 

Admiral Sir Robert Tempest, 10, 2S. 
Rigby, — , 3- 
Roberts, Hannah, 55. 
Robinson, Agnes, 91. 
Roebuck, Humphrey, 95 ; Susannah, 95. 
Rogers, Anne, 2 ; Charles, 55 ; Edward, 

55; Jenney, 76; Mary, 55; Richard, 76; 

Violante, 2, 3. 
RoUe, Christiana Maria, 39 ; Henry, Lord, 

39- 
Rooke, Catherine Lucretia, 37 ; Rev. 

Frederick John, 37. 
Rose, Barbara, 112 ; Henrietta, 112 ; 

William, 112. 
Rosse, — , 93. 
Rossington, — , 93. 
Russell, Rebecca, 79. 
Rutter, Hannah Maria, 91. 
Rye, — , 23. 

Sanderson, — , 93. 

Sandys, Captain Edwin, 99. 

Saunderson, Helen, 91; John, 91. 

Savage, Anne, 92 ; Henry, 92. 

Savile, Dorothy, 14, 122 ; Elizabeth, 13, 

14; John, 14, 16; Thomas, 13, 14; — , 

23- 
Saye-and-Sele, Elizabeth, Lady, 63 ; Lord, 

63- 
Scrimshaw, Elizabeth, 27 ; John, 27 ; 

Michael, 27. 
Scrimshire, Elizabeth, 6; John, 6; — , 31. 



Scott, Ann, 60; Christopher, 60-62 ; Kitty, 

59-61 ; Mary, 60 ; Sarah, 60 ; Sarah 

Isabel, 60. 
Seaton, John Fox, 55. 
Sergeant, Mary, 25. 
Sewell, Ann, 55; Henry, 55; Richard, 

55- 
Shackleton, Annabella, 22; Roger, 22. 
Sharpe, Elizabeth, 114. 
Sheild, Charlotte, 103; John, 103; Robert, 

103; William, loi- 103"; William Thomas, 

103. 
Shells, Frederick, 113; Henrietta Rose, 

113- 
ShercUffe, William, 14, 15. 
Shertcliffe, William, 16; — , 16. 
Shipton, Mary Anne, 55. 
Shirtcliffe, Beatrix, 13, 17; William, 13, 17. 
Short, Henry, 20. 

Shuttleworth, .\nn, 91 ; Richard, 91. 
Sims, Katherine, 99; Sarah, 79. 
Skelton, Henry, 12. 
Smarley, Elizabeth, 4, 5, 7; John, 5. 
Smerdon, Martha, 75 ; Thomas, 74, 75 ; 

Winifred, 74, 75. 
Smith, Elizabeth, 62 ; James, 62 ; Jennett, 

114; Oswald Augustus, 108; Richard, 

9, 114. 
Smijth, Anne, loi ; Sir Charles, loi. 
Sneade, Mary, 55 ; Rev. Samuel, 55. , 
Snell, Lenox, 96 ; Robert, 96. 
Soady, Ehzabeth. 76; Thomas, 76. 
Somerset, The Hon. Augusta Anne, 65 ; 

General Lord Charles, 65. 
Soper, Susannah, 88. 
Sowden, Margaret, 31. 
Sparke, Elizabeth, 74; John, 74. 
Spenser, Lieut. -General William, 100. 
Spice, Caleb, So; Mary, So. 
St. George, Archibald, 108; Baldwin John, 

loS; Elizabeth Marianne, loS; Frances, 

loS ; George, loS ; Rev. Howard, loS ; 

John, loS; Captain John, 108; Colonel 

John, 108 : General Sir John, 108 ; 

Lucy Elizabeth Georgiana, loS ; Milli- 

cent, 108 ; William Whitmore, loS. 
Stanhope, John, 19. 
Stanley, Colonel, 9 ; — ,3. 
Stapilton, Robert, 34. 
Stapylton, K.itherine, 23; Robert, 23. 
Startup, Martha, 80. 
Stead, Richard, 16; Samuel, 31. 
Streete, Ann, 21; John, 21. 
Stephenson, Uavid, 96; Mary, 96; William, 

96. 
Stevens, Christiana Maria, 39 ; Henry, 39 ; 

Louisa Annie, 39 ; Sarah Bridget, 39 ; 

Sophia, 37, 40 ; Thomas, 37, 39, 40. 
Stevens-Guille, Catherine Lucretia, 37 ; 

Rev. Hubert George de Carteret, 37. 
Stirling, Captain George, 59. 
Stone, Anne, 77 ; Dorothy, 77 ; Charles, 

77; Edward, 77; Elizabeth, 77 ; Isaac, 

77 ; Job, 77 ; Sarah, 77 ; Stephen, 77 ; 

William, 77. 



Stooke, Joan, 85. 

Stowers, Martha, 55. 

Stuckey, — , 84. 

Suttell, Thomas, 12. 

Sutton, Jane, 114; — , 93. 

Swann, Alfred Henry Burnley, loi ; Burn- 
ley Whittaker, loi ; CaroUne, loi; Rev. 
Charles, 99, lOl ; Rev. C. H., 105; 
Charles Henry, loi, 105 ; Rev. Charles 
Henry, 102 ; Charles James, 100 ; 
Charles William, 103; Charlotte, 100; 
Charlotte Katherine, 100 ; Edward, 99 ; 
Rev. Edward, 101-103; Eliza, loi, 102, 
105 ; Elizabeth, 99 ; Elizabeth Ann, 
102 ; Ellen, 105 ; Emma, 102 ; Frances, 
105; Frederick Dashwood, 100; George, 
99, 100 ; Georgiana Elizabeth, 99 ; 
Georgina, 103 ; Geraldine Frances Wal- 
ker, lOI ; Hannah, 105 ; Henry, 99 ; 
Rev. Henry Aldersey, 100, 103 ; Rev. 
James, 100, 105 ; John, 99, 105 ; John 
Beardmore, 99 ; Captain John Sackville, 
100; John Thomas, 99; Katherine 
Sarah, loi ; Maria Jane, 99 ; Mary, 99, 
105 ; Mary Adams, 99 ; Robert, loi ; 
Sarah, 102 ; Sophia, 102 ; Captain 
William Henry, 99. 



Talhurst, Elizabeth, 78, 80; Henry, 78; 

John, 78; Sarah, 78. 
Taner, Edith, 84 ; Theodore, 84. 
Tatton, Ann, 2; Hannah, 2; William, 2. 
Taylor, Edmund, 8. 
Tempest, Alathea, 23, 24 ; Alice, 14-18, 

20, 21 ; Ann, 25, 32; Dame Ann, 30, 
31 ; Annabella, 22 ; Anne, 12, 17, 18, 

21, 22, 25-28, 30, 31, 33; Beatrice, 16, 
19; Beatrix, 12, 13, 17; Browne, 20; 
Catherine, 22, 28; Christopher, 15, 16, 
18-22, 24; Dorothy, 14, 17, 22; Ed- 
ward, 25, 26, 33 ; Eleanor, 16, 19, 22, 
25 ; Elizabeth, 6, 14, 16, 18-22, 25, 27, 
28, 31, 32; Ellen, 12-14, 16, 17, 22, 
24; George, 21, 24-26, 30-33; Sir 
George, 6, 20, 25-2S, 30-33 ; Hannah, 
21, 22; Helen, 16, 18; Helena, 17; 
Henrietta, 23-25, 27, 28, 31-33, 35; 
Dame Henrietta, 23, 34 ; Henrietta 
Katherina, 23; Henrietta Susannah, 24; 
Lady Henrietta, 33 ; Henry, 12-16, 18, 
20, 21, 23, 24, 26, 30-34; Sir Henry, 
10, 24, 29, 35 ; Isaac, 22 ; Isabel, 20, 
21; James, 19,-22; John, 12, 15-22, 
24-28, 30-33 ; Captain John, 6 ; Major 
John, 6, 27, 29, 32 ; Sir John, 13, 20, 
23, 26, 29, 32-34 ; John Plumbe, 28 ; 
Katherine, 17, 20, 24; Lady, 24, 25, 
28; Major, 6; Margaret, 17; Maria, 
24; Martha, 21, 22; Mary, 18-22, 25, 
28; Mercy, 22; Nicholas, 12, 19-21, 
23, 25-27, 30-33 ; Pearce, 26 ; Percy, 
21 ; Pierce, 20, 21 ; Piers, 21 ; Richard, 
13-19, 21, 22, 24, 25, 29, 33 ; Sir 
Richard, 12, 13, 16, 2S ; Robert, 15, 



18, 26, 27, 33; Rev. Robert, 25, 26; 

Sir Robert, 3 ; Sir Robert Tempest, 

6, 24, 27, 29 ; Dame Rosamund, 12 ; 

Sarah, 20; Stephen, 19-21; Susannah, 

21; Susannah Pritchard, 24; Thomas, 

17, 21 ; Sir Thomas, 12 ; Tristram, 

13; Walter, 13-17; William, 22; W. 

Joseph, 27. 
Teyrick, Hannah, 4; Rev. — , 4. 
Thomlinson, Ann, 2, 10; Catherine, 2, 10; 

Lieut. -Colonel, 10; William, 2. 
Thompson, Alathea, 23 ; Beatrice, 19 ; 

Sir Henry, 23 ; Rev. Isaac, 61 ; James, 

31, 32; John, 19; Margaret, 61; Mary, 

61. 
Thornbank, Elizabeth, 21. 
Thornton, Beatrix, 17 ; Richard, 16, 17 ; 

Tempest, 17; William, 13, 17. 
Tinker, Cecilia, 95. 
Tittertun, Elizabeth, 113; Joim, 113. 
Tolherst, Mary, 79. 
Tolhirst, Anne, 79; John, 79; Rebecca, 

79; William, 79. 
Tolhurst, Ann, 78, 79 ; Anna, 79 ; Anne, 

So ; Catherine, 79, 80 ; Clement, 7S, 

80; Elizabeth, 78, 79; Harriet, 80; 

Henry, 79 ; Hester, 80 ; Jane, 79, 80 ; 

John, 78-80; Martha, 80; Mary, 78-80; 

Richard, 79, 80 ; Samuel, So ; Sarah, 

78, 79; Thomas, 78-80; William, 78, 

79- 
ToUast, Angela, 80; Mercy, 80; Thomas, 

80. 
ToUist, Mary 79. 
Tomlinson, — , 9. 
Tonge, John del, 14. 
Townley, Sarah, 4 ; Richard, 91; Thomas, 

47- 
Trentham, — , 93. 
Tucker, Ann, 42 ; Benjamin, 42. 
Turner, Cassandra, 63, 64 ; Edward, 65 ; 

Sir Edward, 63, 64 ; Elizabeth, 63, 66 ; 

James, 88; Jane, 43; John, 63, 66; 

Mary, 66; William, 65. 
Twisden, Sir George, 23 ; Katherine, 23. 
Twistleton, Elizabeth, 63 ; Colonel Thomas, 

63- 



Vane, The Hon"^ Charles, 60 ; Elizabeth, 

60; Henrietta, 60; — , 59. 
Vernon, James, 4. 



Wade, AHce, 21. 

Waller, — , 59. 

Walker, Anthony, 12; Elizabeth, 16, 114; 

Mary Ann, loi ; — , 59. 
Walter, Joseph, 78 ; Mary, 78. 
Waring, Emma Scot, 106; Henry Guy, 

106. 
Warwick, Harriet, 74; Sir Richard, 74. 
Watkins, Catherine Amelia, 101 ; Captain 

John Westrop, 101 ; General Westrop, 



Watney, Ann, 113; Anne, 113; Barbara, 
112; Daniel, 112; Eleanor Martha, 113; 
Elizabeth, 112, 113 ; Henrietta Rose, 
113; James, 113; John, 112; Lieutenant 
John Pigott, 112; Mary, 112, 113; 
Matthew, 112; Sophia, 112; Thomas, 
112, 113; William, 112. 

Watt, Ann, 4; Rev. — , 4. 

Watts, John, 31. 

Weatherden, Emily Fulford, 76 ; William 
Fulford, 76. 

Webster, Alice, 32; Grace, 120. 

Weddell, Emma, 20, 23. 

Weldon, William H., 107. 

Wharton, Duke of, 27. 

Whitfield, Mary, 79 ; Thomas, 79. 

Whittaker, Blanche, loi ; John, lOl. 

Wickherham, Thomas, 8. 

Widdrington, Thomas, 19. 

Wilkinson, Hannah, 100. 

Will, John, 96; Thomas, 96. 

Willan, Anne, 104 ; Avice, 102 ; Charles 
Thomas, 104; Edgar, 102, 103; Eliza- 
beth, 102, 104 ; Frances, 102 ; Frances 
Augusta, 104 ; George, 102, 103 ; Jane, 
102-104; Martin, 102; Mary, 102; 
Rev. Robert, 101-104; Robert Smith, 
104 ; Rev. Samuel, 102-104 ; Sarah, 

lOI. 

Williams, Colonel Andrew, 64 ; Anne, 42 ; 
Caroline, 44 ; Catherine, 42, 43, 45 ; 



Edward, 43 ; Edward Harris, 43 ; Eliza. 

beth, 42-44; Hannah, 21; Jane, 43; 

John, 41-43, 45; Mar)', 42; Michael, 

41, 43-46; PhilHppa, 43; Sophia, 64; 

Susannah, 41, 42, 45; William, 43, 44, 

46. 
Willimot, Robert, 49; William, 49. 
Wilson, Mary, 60; William, 60. 
Withem, Barbara, 112; John, 112. 
Withthem, Barbara, 112; John, 112. 
Wood, Charles Boynton, 59; Delia Maria, 

59, 61, 64 ; Elizabeth, 60 ; Henry 

Richard, 59 ; Jane, 80 ; Louisa, 59 ; 

Mary, 31 ; Colonel Richard, S9-61, 64 ; 

— . 59- 
Woods, Sir Albert William, 50, 53, 54, 

106, 107. 
Woodrooffe, Selina Maiy, 106. 
Woodward, — . 93. 
Worcester, Bishop of, 49; Felix Bartlett, 

titular Bishop of, 83. 
Wortley, Richard, 14. 
Wotton, Susanna, 86; Walter, 86; — , 26. 
Wright, Hannah, 2 ; Peter, 2. 

Yates, Margaret, I. 

Yonge, Sir Walter, 81. 

Yorke, Mrs. A., 31 ; Rev. William, 31. 

Younge, Elizabeth, 44, 74 ; Colonel George, 

75; Peter, 44, 74; Salome, 74; Winifred 

Emma, 75. 



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